I'm normally quite satisfied with current market pickups, don't really do any magnet swapping or hybriding or whatever. But I'd like this weird idea of mine to come to fruition...
I want to put a hum-sized P90 in the bridge of one of my guitars, only thing is its got a recessed floyd, an ebony board, maple neck through and alder wings. 25.5" scale. So a traditional P90 sound would probably end up too bright/thin in this guitar.
But what if it was a hum-sized P90 with the PATB poles, acting like the other PATBs in thickening up a tremeloed guitar? Like say a PATB-3 in a super strat is supposed to be make it sound a bit more in the PAF'd Les Paul territory, the PATB-90 would give a nice fat P-90 tone to a bright trem-equipped guitar.
This coked-out idea may result in a custom shop order, if I ever have the money laying around. Sound appealing to anyone else? Or even practical/plausible?