I face a dilemma. I have a J bass I put together myself. It's a very nice player but I've never quite bonded with it because I never really found a space for it tonally. I have an old ESP which is the King of J Mountain and I've tried to find this one its own sonic space, without real success, it must be said. Currently I have a pair of DiMarzio Ultra Jazz pickups in it mated to an ACG John East filter pre. It's interesting, but it's not really making the fellas jangle, if you know what I mean. It's a one piece ash body with the bridge pickup routed closer to the bridge than even 70's standard. However, I recently struck upon an idea. I have an EMG P pickup and an EMG BTS system which I was going to sell, but I thought why not pick up an EMG J set, route the bass and put the P in reverse between the two Js and install the BTS, moving the output jack to the side? I was thinking a three way switch for the P and neck J and then use the output from that into the BTS blend with the bridge J? That way I could have standard J setup, bridge J & P or a mix of all three. Stupid idea? Has anyone done the JPJ thing and, if so, did it ultimately prove useful or should I just sell this puppy and move on? Here's the victim.