About five years ago, I bought a beater 1961 Gretsch 6118 Double Annie. Nothing was original but the wood & frets. It was refin'd poorly. I put it through several iterations looking for a vintage beater to suit my needs. Recently I sent it off for new paint to a fellow TGP'er. I expect it to be returned shortly. Once it's here, I will outfit it in parts I've amassed over my tenure with Annie. She'll now have an aged white finish. My question is this: Of you who have played vintage Dynasonic pickups, if you had to choose just one position, which would it be? Neck or bridge? WHY? I plan to install a vintage P-90 from a 1959 Les Paul, and an early '60s DynaSonic. I love a P-90 in either position, so there's no concern there. I envision this guitar to have a Jekyll / Hyde personality. I want the neck to be delicate and sonically rich. The poorly routed pickups holes (for aftermarket Filter'Trons) were reshaped by me for P-90s. The DynaSonic will fit with minor modification, unseen after install. So, where will the DynaSonic be better placed? Below: The DynaSonic next to the '59 P-90. I crafted its cover from nickel plated metal & white plastic covers, then aged to match the natural patina of the '60s DynaSonic. And the Annie prep'd for paint.