I know variations of this question have been asked many times, but this is for a 5-string and there's not too much info there. I have a *wonderful* Nordstrand VP5 bass, one-piece maple neck and ash body, NP5 pickup. It sounds HUGE. A little too huge actually. It has very deep lows and a lot of upper mid grind. While it sounds great, I'm looking for a more traditional tight Precision low-mid emphasis without the wide frequency response. I want more focus, less HUGE, if that makes sense. The bass itself is magnificent, so I don't want to get rid of it. So, I want what many people have asked for: tight, fat, round, low-midrange-aggressive but not upper-mid grindy. I do want it to have highs and some life to the sound, just not grindy up there. I need good low B response (mostly comes from the midrange bump I feel) to go along with the general "modern vintage" vibe. And of course, it has to be a drop-in replacement for the Nordy NP5. From my reading, it seems I'm looking for a 5-string version of the EMG Geezer Butler P, which they don't make. So, what sounds like that? So... These are the ones that come up are: Bill Lawrence P-46 Aguilar AG 5P-60 Some kinda Fender P5...? I really liked the (apparently overwound) pickups in my old MIA 62 RI jazz, is there a 5-string P equivalent? Lull/Fralin/other? Is it possible/desirable to get a slightly overwound pickup to get more mid punch?