I’ve got a 56 Reissue Closet Classic Strat that I love, but I’ve been fighting to get along with the pickups. The person who owned it before me replaced the originals with an Eric Johnson signature set. My main gripe: - Everything but the bridge is just too dark. The neck is really boomy and the quack positions sound muddy as well. The bridge and middle I like okay. I’ve adjusted the pickup height like crazy and nothing seems to make the neck sound good to me. I use a 50 watt Komet amp and minimal pedals (basically just delay, and OD for lower volume dirt when required). So... I’m thinking of installing Lace Sensors (Red Bridge, Silver Middle, Green Neck). I play lots of styles so I want to make the Strat super versatile. I also learned on Smashing Pumpkins tunes, and have a soft spot for the high gain Lace sound. Finally, I’ve read that the Red Lace Sensor can get a Tele bridge approximation if paired with a TBX pot... any experience there? To elaborate I play in a modern country act right now, so tele-ish sounds are useful. I also write and record alt sort of stuff like Brand New, Jimmy Eat World, etc., and occasionally heavier stuff. I don’t tend to play a whole lot of blues or classic rock. Overall any recommendations are much appreciated. I’m not totally sold on the Sensors, but I think I’ll like them and I’m not after Vintage Strat tones specifically. I’m also up for changing pots and doing other work to improve the EJ set before I buy anything new (maybe 500k on the neck/mid tone control would help?). Thanks!