I'm looking for experiences, suggestions, theories , and such regarding selecting a set of J pickups for a bass that will interact well with nylon Tapewounds Not sure if there are or aren't any qualities or characteristics specific to a set of pups that will work any better than others with Tapewounds , so let's get something going. My situation is: I have a J that I love to death. it's an early 80''s Fender Japan E series. I've replaced the neck pup years ago with a no-name when the original died. I used to play quite aggressively and this bass sounded great. now I don't (mostly), and the breakup and tonality isn't suiting me any longer. I prefer the feel of this bass with Fender 9120 tapes. I like the way it wounds acoustically as well with these. alas, when I play plugged in I'm really not happy with it. it's both thin in the low end, and thE high strings aren't loud enough. the low strings are loud, just not deep. when I dig in, it sounds farty. I've tilted both pups every combination both intuitively and counter intuitively , and I'm just over it. it's similar with non Tapewounds , they just exacerbate my issue. I'm going to replace the pups anyway. I'd like to hear if anyone has any relevant theories or experience selecting J pups specifically for symbiotic use with tapewounderstand strings .