I know the Fast Track 2 is a popular replacement pup for the Musicmaster Bass but has anyone tried the Tone Zone S? I am on a tight budget right now and haven't been able to find any used/discounted FT2 pups for sale but there are a couple of Tone Zones floating around. It seems that the Tone Zone is designed to enhance bass and mids, but the DC resistance is lower than the FT2. Here are the specs: DP189 Tone Zone S EQ (Bass/Mid/Treb): 8 / 8.5 / 5 DC Resistance: 12.39 k Magnet: Ceramic Description: "We've built in the tremendous mid-range and bass response of the original Tone Zone®, and the same patented dual-resonance design produces great harmonics. We also warmed up the higher frequencies and brightened the low notes a little." DP182 Fast Track 2 EQ (Bass/Mid/Treb): 7.5 / 8 / 5 DC Resistance: 17.53 k Magnet: Ceramic Description: "It's got three times the output of an average single-coil, with a huge mid-range and bass punch and a strong resemblance to the Super Distortion® This is our hottest single-coil sized bridge pickupparticularly useful when you need a tightly focused jolt of power to crank your amplifier into rich overdrive. The dual-blade polepieces can handle all string-spacing options." Would the Tone Zone be pretty muddy? I am looking for a replacement pup with less hum/interference and more output. If the pickup increases the low end of the musicmaster, that would just be an added bonus.