So I've been trying to see how I can my bass super versatile. So far the best answer is Sims Quad Coil pickups, imitating a P bass, and J bass, and a Stingray. However, the only part about these pickups that's special (as far as I can tell) is that they're quad coil and can be switched into different configurations (J: two coils next to each other in parallel, P: two across from each other in series, and MM: all four in series). Oh, and they're dumb expensive. So my question is this could I take another quad coil pickup and use it in the same way as the Sims pickups - to imitate other basses, that is. Here are some examples of quad coil pickups. MM4.4 Quad Coil Sims Super-Quad Hand Wound Bass Pickups — Sims Guitar Works UK | Super-Quad Pickups, Enfield Bass Guitars, Spray Shop, Custom LEDs, Pickguards, Servicing, Repair SPLIT 8 COIL MM HUMBUCKER Thank you!