So I've got an H-S-S guitar I want to put together and I'm looking for some recommendations on the single coils. I've already decided on a metal humbucker, and for the sake of arguments not breaking out about "matching" that etc, I'll just say I've got that handled. But I'm lost on singles. I'm definitely one of those guys that basically never used the neck pickup and I've decided I just don't like a humbucker neck pickup. I don't like how they sound for cleans and I hate it in rhythm. The only middle coil sound I've ever liked even remotely was a 57\62 pickup. I happen to like a number of neck singles, but I'm not sure what my options are entirely. I'm looking for a classic fender sound with a lot of chime, clarity and warmth with some bottom. This I think would most accurately be considered "scooped" and "true vintage." I've watched some videos on the EMG SA and it definitely does not have a strat sound. Those are out. Even the S, while nice, doesn't really have the "chime." Basically my thoughts here are that I am 100% okay with having a much lower output pickup middle and neck, I really dislike the "boominess" that comes with high output neck tones. I also really dislike the peak\treble on high output singles when used with vintage stuff like an AC30. I just want chime and sweet single coil bliss. And hoping you can help point me in the right direction. I plan on using these for cleans 100% of the time and my bridge 100% high gain. I'm not sure how "position 4" would play into this. That might be a consideration, but I don't think it's ultimately that important. I don't use the middle or neck for solos either, I dislike the sound, even though it works for someone like Hendrix. Frankly I like my leads on the bridge and never deviate from that. Thanks for any help single junkies!