I been waiting to install a 60's Kay Speedbump pickup into a tele. The victim is a $89 Glarry TL The Speed is similar to a P90, basically a big old dirty single coil w/ a size of its own. The original pickguard was cut to fit the Speed. The body's sizeable HB rout was not wide enough, so the rout was cut on both sides to fit the pickup's mounting hardware. In addition to the neck pu, I thought best to replace the bridge as well. In goes a Rose T90, which proved a nice match. The original 60's pots were too big for the control cavity, and a pair of 250 pots just squeezed in, stock 3 way and an Orange drop .47, elec done. Along with the renovation, the neck was ambered w/Mohawk, and a touch of wear on the back of the neck was accomplished w/Varathane Weathered Wood stain. Some things about the Glarry Tele. The guitar weighs about the same as a roll of paper towels, the reason maybe the body stock, which I believe is pine. It cuts like balsa, but balsa is too expensive, thus I say pine. A standard 3 barrel bridge should be a drop-in, although I used the stock bridge. The bridge tele rout was tight for the Rose and needed to be sanded out a bit. The tuners, once lubed and wound w/ a string over-wind, seem to be working ok. The Speedbump tone goes from dark and nasty to clean and nasty. The Rose gives you everything else you need.