So the thing is Ibanez chose to place both half of the P and the J on my main Mikro Bass so that the pole pieces lines up exactly with where there are harmonics on the strings, this means that certain harmonics that can be played acoustically are totally cancelled out in the amplified tone, and I happen to love playing harmonics. Now the J pickup is not an issue, since I removed that and only got a P pickup installed, but certain harmonics are still cancelled out because the pole pieces of both halves line up exactly beneath spots with natural string harmonics. So I was thinking if I were to move the P pickup so that the pole pieces are not placed directly under harmonics spots would I loose anything in terms of the tone they produce, other than it obviously changing slightly due to the different placement of the pickup. Does placing the pickups so that their pole pieces line up with harmonics on the strings contribute to a tone with richer harmonic content or will this only have an effect on open strings? To me it seems like it could have, cause it seems that picking the strings around the 24th fret harmonic contributes to a richer tone, but I might just be imagining that. Just slightly annoys me that I can't use certain harmonics as it is now.