So my main fretless bass is a Rob Allen MB-2, and I love the living schidt out of that sound: all warm and woody and fat and almost upright-ish, with those LaBella 760N nylon tapewound strings and the acoustic guitar-style bridge... But I have this spare Warmoth fretless neck lying around just begging to be built into a new instrument, so I'm thinking I wanna make something that's 180° opposite of my existing fretless: bright, twangy, penetrating, incisive...think roundwound strings on an epoxied fingerboard. Think classic Jaco (or even better, classic Jaco clones). Think Pedulla Buzz. Think "the anti-Rob Allen". What pickup would you recommend for this application? I'm leaning towards a single pickup, probably in or near the standard bridge position. Since I hate noise, I'm also leaning towards a humbucker, or at least something that's explicitly a noise-cancelling design. Can't decide if I wanna go w/ passive electronics, or perhaps the ACG EQ02 filter-based preamp. (edit: or perhaps no electronics!) If there weren't this here newfangled thing called the internetz I'd probably just get a Bartolini soapbar & call it a day. But which Bartolini soapbar? And w/ all the talk of Nordstrands and Lane Poors and Lindy Fralins and a dozen other pickup manufacturer's I've never even heard of, I feel like I need to probe the collective mind of the TB cogniscenti. So...best pickup for a bright, twangy, penetrating, incisive, strung-with-roundwounds, anti-Rob Allen fretless bass?