Greetings, I thought of posting this here as a) I guess this is where the people with most expertise on the subject lure, and b) I thought that people herein might find the topic of interest to them. So... As of writing this, I am amassing parts for a unique precision bass. I have the body and neck already (both Warmoth), so those are given. Before committing to buying pickups, I´d like to have a better understanding of the tone expectancy based on the woods alone? (yeah, I know, I know...Trying is knowing, yes, but as this is a discussion forum and some people do believe - as I do - that different woods behave differently... I thought of asking). These are the woods: P neck: quartersawn wenge / graphite rods / ebony fb / Graphtech nut / SS6230 frets. P body: solid build koa / satin lacquer finish. I am on the understanding that wenge is midrangey with sharp attack, that ebony is bright, and that koa is pretty much like mahogany but a tad brighter. Now, I was originally leaning towards EMG Geezer pickup but am now wondering whether a tad less gutsy pickup (Kloppmann P 63?) would be a better match... THE QUESTION TO YOU: What kind of a tone would you expect this wood combo to produce if the woods in question would behave like they (koa/wenge/ebony) do typically? Thanks.