Hi guys, I recently discovered that I need my B:Assmaster to be hit with a strong signal for me to enjoy the Fuzz. I switched from a high output G&L ASAT (same PU's as L2000) to a rather low output Fender AVRI 58 Precision, with the low output level of the AVRI 58 rendering the B:Assmaster useless for me. For details see the discussion here including sound samples: http://www.talkbass.com/forum/f36/malekko-b-assmaster-sensitivity-pus-1067364/ Therefore I'm toying with the idea of upgrading the pickups in the 58er. I suppose the most obvious change would be for a G&L split coil MFD as found in the SB-1 / SB-2 basses, as I suppose they are similar in tone and output level to the ASAT humbuckers. But the reason for me to switch basses was (among others) that I wanted to try a more mid-heavy, hollow sounding tone with less pronounced highs. Probably what would be considered being "vintage", but still grinding, aggressive, in-your-chest tone. Therefore I'm looking for a P-Bass replacement PU with vintage qualities but high output to give the B:Assmaster the input level that is needed for it to sound good. Please chime in with your expertise in the following: Could you please rate the output levels of the following PU's on a scale from 1 (near silent) to 10 (G&L MFD Level): Dimarzio Model P Fralin P Lollar P Nordstrand NP4 Fender 62 reissue Fender AVRI 58 PU (for reference) These are those that - from what I've heard - deliver a vintage tone. I probably missed some PU's, feel free to point me in their direction, but please also indicate the output level of it on the basis of given 1-10 scale. Mucho Thanks!