So after feeling silly for posting here without reading the sitckys I've spent hours looking through anything that is even remotely the same and haven't come across anything. I was curious as to whether anyone had had any luck putting 2 pups with different tonal characteristics (and outputs) together. I pretty much have one bass and that isn't going to change anytime soon, but in looking for pups I have the impression that if I go vintage I'm fairly stuck in that voicing, and if I go active or with a quarter pounder I'm stuck there. My idea was to get a vintage/fender 62/nordstrand NP4 and then go with a hotter J (like a 1/4 pounder) my thoughts were that for the vintage p tone I just roll off the jazz's volume, then if I want to bump it up a little I can add in a little of the quarter pounder to get a little more edge when I need it. (then try a series/parallel switch if the Qp isnt going to be too dominant) Has anyone tried anthing like this? are the two just to different to be blending? Any thoughts about whether this might be a good compromise? I just play too many styles and like too many tomes to be stuck with a one trick precision.