Hi all, I've got a great '97 Lone Star (Lonestar ?) Strat that I've had since '06 and I generally love the thing. I've swore for a long time that I wouldn't change anything on this guitar. However, I've finally grown tired of the biting ice-picky highs of the Pearly Gates Plus humbucker in the bridge. Rolling the tone control back just doesn't change the sound the way I want it to, and it affects too many other aspects of the tonal palette. Frustrating. The output difference is annoying too when switching around. For just a quick plug 'n play change, what do you guys think of the Seth Lover trembucker like this one: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Seymour-Duncan-TB-55-Seth-Lover-Bridge-Trembucker-White-/400275568057?pt=Guitar_Accessories&hash=item5d324875b9 I've never heard a Seth in a Strat -- or heard of anyone else using one, to be honest -- but I LOVE that bucker in any classic double-bucker style guitar. I think the more subdued underwound PAF sound will match my style and tone goals better, and the output might even out a little better with the Texas Special singles in the middle and neck. Plus, I like the idea of a double-white bucker to match the looks and fly below the radar a bit. What do you guys think? Anyone done this before? One more quick question: I've never changed buckers in a Strat before -- is the trembucker spacing OK for the Lonestar fit-wise? I'm not interested in routing the body or cutting the pickguard if it's made just to fit a normal-spacing bucker (it's got that sweet yellow aging thing going on and I don't want to do anything irreversible to it). Thoughts? Thanks in advance all.