I have a bass that plays well and sounds good as it is, and I got a great deal on it, which is the only way I'd really ever be able to afford it. It's the ESP RB-1005 Rocco Prestia signature bass. The problem is that, while it sounds good, I'm having a hard time getting that "soapbar" sound, which is a must have. The bass already has some pretty weird configurations going. It's got an inverted P, and a J that is slanted very close to the bridge at the B and E strings. The PO had an active three band seymoure duncan preamp installed with a double pot for treble and bass, a mid knob, blend, and volume. I'm thinking that adding in a pickup just above the slanted J would get at the sweet spot that I want. But what kind of pickup. I lovvveee bartolini soap-bar sound in the bridge. Would adding in a soapbar right in front of the J be a smart idea?