I have a super generic cheapy double p bass that I bought on a whim because I have never encountered a double p bass before. Out of the box it did not sound too hot, but the overall handling and playability of it is formidable - in fact impressive. After a number of modifications, it now sounds pretty decent. It has become my favorite bass. New pickups are the final frontier. Today I went ahead and yanked some Seymour Duncuns out of a p bass I don't use and installed both in the neck position. Then it hit me. The electrical resistance in regards to the pickups was configured top two neck, bottom two bridge. So now I have one neck pickup and three bridge pickups with one bridge pickup at the neck. Needless to say, I am going to order another set to fix the arrangement. I am considering going with EMG simply because I have never seen that sort of mix up. I am assuming the resistance values of the EMG pickups will be different than the Duncans. Will this be a problem?