First of all, is it possible to play a J pu on bridge position alone without extreme trebles? Or is it something included for free in the J pu's? I know it's closer to the bridge and it's normal to have accent on the treble but there should be a hum-free, sweet sounding J pu.. Back to the main question: What's the least noisy, treble-free (I mean annoying extreme treble) J pu have you ever tried? I'm gonna choose a silent, hum-free, noiseless J for my new bass with j-p pu's. On my old bass, I've recently had installed Seymour Duncan Hotstack J to work with SD quarter pound P. Hotstack should be hum-free but there is always that annoying hum. Plus it sounds too treble accented. So when on the blend knob I go all bridge, I have to cut the treble all the way down (the circuit is a SD too). So I use the bridge pu for 10% on the blend, and that's all. I try to find a solution that this doesn't happen on my new bass too. Or maybe it's better that I take the bridge pu and put Angelina Jolie pictures instead Just to add, on my old bass I've shielded the control cavity as well as the pu cavities. I've grounded all those to jack ground. The bridge is already grounded, so practically I've done everything to stop or at least reduce the hum. But they didn't work.