Ah the pbass, what a beauty. I have a Fender Highway 1 Precision bass that I really love and I can't see myself selling for a very long time if not ever. I love the way it resonates and how it feels and plays. I've added a badass II bridge (was the pre-badass version), a tort pickguard (thank you talkbass), and some higher end flat top knurled fender knobs. It's great. I am thinking of adding a jazz pickup in the bridge to make it a P/J bass since I do absolutely love that tone when playing with a pick and in my current bands I am using a pick about 80% of the time. The current Pbass pickup seems a little shy on the bottom end and could use some stronger lows and low-mids. I do really like the open sound if that makes sense, nice clear high mids and highs but there isn't much substance underneath it all. I love soul motown, weird soundscape rock like lots of Pink Floyd (DSOTM is my favorite album), and also that cutting P/J tone of Duff Mckagan in GnR (walking papers and loaded are awesome too!). I prefer roundwounds, both for crispness and feel and I currently use Rotosound rs66. I'm looking for a Pbass pickup that has a thumpy low end with nice clear and even crisp highs. For the jazz pickup, I will not be soloing it, it's to use full on with the pbass when I want a P/J tone. I'd like it to add some grit and growl while giving a nice slightly scooped melodic midrange. Sets that I am currently considering: Seymour Duncan Spb-4 and Stk-J2 Seymour Duncan Antiquity II and Stk-J2 Seymour Duncan Spb-3 and Dimarzio ultra Jazz Seymour Duncan Spb-3 and Dimarzio model Jazz Fender Original 62 P and Seymour Duncan Stk-J2 Dimarzio Model PJ Lollar vintage P and Seymour Duncan Stk-J2 EMG GZR PJ I am Planning on wiring this as Volume/Tone/3 way switch What I am looking for is a solid P/J set and I want your recommendations (not objectively best). Tell my what you would choose and why, your influences, whatever info that you would like to post.