I picked up another P-bass, and it's just a Chinese Squire - but it is clean and nice colors, etc. It was prolly from one of those combo-sets with the tuner, gig bag, instruction VHS tape and maybe some picks, a cord and a 2watt "practice amp" but it is alone without all the other stuff and I got it for a song. ($5.00) The neck is straight and the strings are gonna get a little drop for some better action. OK - it's got the twin split factory pups, and I would like to know if there's any suggestion as to what type of pup I can put closer to the bridge for more voicing of this instrument and leave the stockers where they are. This will be a first for me - adding a pup to an existing bass. Nothing too fancy, just a little different tonality and/or voice is fine. It looks like I have a zillion cubic inches of room under the pickguard for almost anything including an active system and a 12volt car battery - but that's not much of a stretch I think. It's not like this is an American made 1958 J-model Fender played by someone fantastic and autographed, but I don't want to ruin any instrument, not even if it is a cheap-ie.