In my quest for a set of J bass PUs to replace the stock ones on my bass I keep running into contradictory and/or confusing information. This time with respect to inductance. One brand that I'm looking at offers a J bass set with 5.0H at the bridge and 3.4H at the neck. My bass uses the same size covers at both positions so I asked about how to order that. I was told just to order two bridge (longer) versions. What about the different inductance? Will you wind one of the longer ones with lower inductance for the neck position? Response - not necessary, doesn't really matter but we'll do it if you ask. Which, of course, begs the question of why they offer the set with different inductances. I don't much care about the different output levels from different inductances because I will be using a volume pot on each PU or possibly a master volume and a blend. My question is what effect will the higher inductance in the neck position do to the tone of that PU?. I read that, all other things being equal, higher inductance will produce more bass response. I don't necessarily want more bass response from the PU in the neck position. Of course, as was offered by the maker, I can specify the lower inductance for the neck PU but before doing so I would like to understand what's at work here.