Hi there. I have three guitars -- a '72 strat that I've rewired. A '62 SG, stock. And a 2000 Rickenbacker 330 with the re-issue "toaster" pickups, that i re-wired in the standard, two volume pots, two tone pots configuration. I use Pyramid .012-.054's on all 3 guitars (wonderful strings I discovered from Steve Kimock). Here's my question. The Ric is fantastic for rhythm guitar, but doesn't quite have the necessary "heft" to sound great for lead playing. I'm wondering if there's a pickup I can use in the neck position that will provide more amplitude, but not at the expense of tone. I don't want grain or distortion, quite the opposite. I'm after that "bell tone" sound, but I do need more than the toasters are providing. I don't believe the provided space for the toaster pickup is standard humbucker size either, but I'm' not sure. Thanks very much!