I'm in the exciting position of having almost finished designing the bobbins and covers for a three-pickup (single coil) guitar to send them off to Marc at Mojo Pickups (UK) for winding. My philosophy was to try and bridge the gap between a Jazzmaster coil and a Strat coil, making it flatter and broader than a Strat but taller than a Jazzmaster. When I think of an ''overwound bridge pickup" I usually think of the same depth of bobbin wound more times, i.e. closer to capacity. Fatter, broader, wider. But not deeper. I might be wrong in this assumption! The Telecaster bridge pickup IIRC is significantly deeper and wider, and has a ''baseplate' so is in many ways a very different animal from the neck. Anyway I wonder whether the balance might be achieved in a similar but different way by keeping the coil the same 'width', but making it deeper for the bridge pickup? Has anyone tried this? Cheers!