I'm going to be placing an order for a Callowhill Junk 5- their jazz style bass. I'll be using it for mostly finger style playing (though i Pick and slap as well) where a traditional Fender type tone is the norm- i.e. cover bands, groove situations. Everything from RnB to country to motown to pop to rock. I want something that is warm and full but powerful and punchy without being too aggressive. I don't play metal, though some bands I'm in play some punk. If it's not asking too much, I'd love to have a bass that can get closer to P sound in the neck slot than you're average bass as well- something that holds up enough bottom and full spectrum sounds on it's own. Here's the basic specs: 5 string, Ash body, maple neck, Brazilian Rosewood board, Bolt-on, Sadowsky pre One of the only things left to decide is the pickups, and I'm struggling. I know I want Nordstrands, which is what the maker is the biggest fan of- and I'm starting to believe after listening to clips. Problem is, I haven't been able to play any of these in person. I'm considering the Big Splits first and foremost, since I like hum canceling for quietness and usually prefer hum canceling single coils for it's mellowness compared to a true single coil. A little high end roll off usually suits my taste. (I like my current Sadowsky hum canceling more than their true single coil, for example.) I've also heard these can get sort of P like in the neck. The fat stacks seem like an option given that I'm often looking for warmth, though I've gathered their less popular than the Big Singles/Big Splits for some reason. I know they have low output, though that's not much of a concern as I will have a pre onboard as well as in my signal chain. Any advice?