Has anyone else experienced lower than expected output from their nj4sv Nordys? I swapped pups in my passive PJ to Fralin P (amazing... supple... rich... massive) and a Nordy J, and the output of the two is so unbalanced I feel like I'm never taking advantage of the bridge tone. As the P is quite hot I usually have to back down input gains already, leaving the J lost in the mix if I intentionally or unintentionally swap the pup selector to PJ or J. To Fender's credit, I don't remember the stock pups being this unbalanced. So I accept I created this situation. I can't raise the J pup any more and I don't want to depress the P pup. Also can't consider active electronics onboard. Ideas? A) resistor on the P pup? B) swap out Nordys for another (or just back to stock) J pup? C) use a pedal boost when on J? And as an aside, would the Fralin J hum cancelling by any chance run hotter than the NJ4SV? Thanks.