I have a 1988 Schechter PT, which is a telecaster copy, made somewhat famous by Pete Townshend of The Who in the 80s. It has one tone and one volume, but surprise, it's got coil-tapping. Surprisingly, the sustain on this guitar is unreal, and the stock parts, etc, are really solid. Anyway, I had been looking at upgrading the p'ups, and I decided to go with the Seymour Duncan P-rails. I got a neck and bridge set, and let me tell you, if you've ever considered them, these things are amazing. My guitar was already versatile, but basically now, it's unstoppable. I got it as a backup to my Fender American Telecaster, but it's a different animal altogether now. Two knobs, and I basically get 12 different sounds. It's ridiculous. I'll take some pictures and post them later, but thought I'd say to any guitarist needing a "p'upgrade" (I just coined that, I think) -- if these fit your sound at all (humbucker and single coil together, for both the neck and bridge), you'll want to consider these. Got 'em both for about $160 at Guitar Center. Well well worth it.