Alright, I recently got a pretty great deal on a beautiful 89 MIJ Fender P so I jumped on it. It plays like absolute butter, but I just can't dig the sound. It seems very harsh and clacky in the highs and doesn't cut it in the mix. I play classic rock-jam band-funk kinda stuff and I'm running an Aguilar TH500, which I've read sound especially great with P's, and usually an old 2x15 Acoustic cab with new speakers, but sometimes I use 2x Ampeg 210Av's. My main bass is a 4003 and it sits nice and fat in the mix with little to no EQing. I know they're two TOTALLY different basses. If I roll the tone knob down a little bit on the P it just gets really muddy and if it's up its still muddy and its a clack fest. I've tried all manner of EQ options and a few different sets of roundwound strings and nothing seems to work. It feels like I'm fighting it. I've been through flats many times on many basses and I just really prefer rounds. I had a Squier Classoc Vibe 60's P for a while that I don't remember sounding like this. I read somewhere that someone upgraded their bridge to a higher mass one and it made a noticeable difference. I was also thinking about dropping an Aguilar pickup in it to see if that would help, but I don't want to put lipstick on a pig if I have a pig and don't know it. Please help!