Hi Everyone, Been lurking around for a bit, first post here. I recently bought a new Spector Legend 4 Classic. I love the look, feel, playability, and acoustic tone of it, but as seems to be somewhat common around here, I'm not crazy about the combo of the Tonepump Jr. preamp and EMG SSDs (Basically HZs with a bit more mid). Specifically, I'm looking for something to add to the instruments tonal versatility, and in particular "warm" up the sound a bit (or at least give me the option to). I play with a couple different groups right now, but my main group is a pretty dynamically layered five piece that features a violin instead of a second guitar. We're pretty melodically oriented, and the bass typically does more filling out this end than percussive slap-and-pop stuff. Since both the violin and guitar do a lot of lead stuff on their own, I'm often expected to fill the role of a rhythm guitar in live situations to a certain extent, but at other times also to add a layer of melody on the bottom end as well. We also do a lot of pace shifting on both the rhythmic and melodic side, sometimes abruptly, from soft/slow dynamics to fast/heavy. The popular upgrade for Euro and Korean Spectors around here seems to be the EMG BQC preamp with the 35DC pups, but I'm not sure if that's right for me. My initial instinct was to go with the BQC pre and either 35CS or TWs, but I'm also wondering if I should move away from EMGs a bit more, since they seem to have a rep of creating a more glassy/brittle tone. I'm not looking for anything TOO vintage sounding, but a bit more in that direction than what I have--warmer but still a bit punchy and more dynamic on the low end. Is this something I'd get with an EMG preamp with a CS and/or TW, or would I be better off looking into something like Bart pups and maybe an Aguilar OBP-3? Anyone have any other suggestions? Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks!