So I converted my cheap Epiphone SG Special guiar to a baritone tuned A-A, and as it turned out it actually works really well. It plays great and sound great acoustically. I can get it to sound fairly well when run through my EHX Black Finger compressor and adding a bit of chorus and spring reverb from my Zoom B3 multi effect unit into my Trace Elliot bass amp with a 15" speaker, with some adjustment on the build in Eq (mainly cutting the 50 and 100 Hz band around 6 DB and boosting the 500 and 1Khz band about 6 DB), and then running it through the Tuner Output of the bass amp into a tube mic pre amp into my Behringer 12" active PA speaker. However the stock pickups on the guitar are not too great, the neck one is ok, if a bit too dark and muddy for my taste, and the bridge one run alone is basicly useless with a whimpy thin tone that lacks definition, run together they make a tolerable sound run through the rig I just described. But I am lacking a bit of clarity and punch and crisp in the tone. A tone I am sure can be achieved from this instrument, based from how it sounds acoustically. Now I have pondered on moving the neck pickup to the bridge position, throwing out the stock bridge pickup, and putting a Seymour Duncan SRB-1N Humbucker (made for neck position Rickenbacker bass Rickenbacker Humbucker ) in the neck position, since I have had good results of this producing the kind of clear, punchy and crisp sound on a sub short scale bass I once owned and sometimes tuned as a baritone (A-C). The question however is how well this pickup would reproduce the upper E and upper octave A on my 6 string baritone, and weather I would be better up investing in a good single coil guitar pickup for the bridge position? Any suggestions to how I would best be able to produce a crisp, clear, punchy sound on my 6 string baritone, and which pickups to use doing so would be welcome. The sub short scale bass/some times baritone I mentioned earlier, which I sadly parted with, and which had just the sound I am going for, had the before mentioned Seymour Duncan Rickenbacker pickup in neck position and a Seymour Duncan Hotrail Guitar pickup in the bridge position (Hot Rails Strat). Would it work for this six string version as well?