Hey guys. So I am just finishing up a guitar project where I basically will have a Clapton signature Strat. But it will also have a Turnstyle Switch. Look them up. They're awesome. But then I won't have any more going. This is dangerous. I do dumb things when I'm bored. So I saw a Moses graphite neck on the evilbay. And I started thinking "I don't have a great outdoor gig bass." So a graphite neck will give me perfect stability in changing humidity environments. That's good. But I don't want to make yet another bass just like lots of other ones. That's bad. But I could make any number of subtle changes that would make it a very different and useful animal. That's good. But I can't really decide which to go with. That's bad. You get where this is going? I'm thinking it needs to be a P-bass shape with black hardware, natural finish, the Moses neck I mentioned above...and what for pickups? I first thought the usual PJ set like on millions of other basses. But I've got a couple of PJ set basses already. Then I started picturing alternatives: PJ set- but reversed - P in the bridge, J in the middle J/MM set - but again reversed, the opposite of my Lakland, J in the bridge, MM in the middle J/P/MM set - the traditional PJ set up, but with an MM in the neck position MM/P/J set - MM in the bridge, P middle, J in the 'mud bucker spot near the neck MM/P set - the current leading contender: MM in the bridge, P in its usual spot JJ/MM set - two J pickups pushed together into a functional humbucker in the bridge, MM in the middle You see where I'm going with this. What is the most bizarre pickup arrangement that is actually tonally useful? Aaaaaaaaaaaaaand...GO!