Hey guys, This is my first post here, after much, much lurking around. I've finally been able to make up a reason to order a custom Tom Anderson guitar. I'll order it from the Mesa Hollywood store (simply the best customer service I've ever seen. The amount of emails we've exchanged and the detail of the responses shocked me and continue to make me smile. Truly a great bunch.) Anyway, I first wanted a Suhr, but the TA's were less expensive and may fit me better. My doubts are within the many pickup flavors. Perfect world scenario: Two preferrably noiseless vintage sounding single coils, 60's era strat tone, and also being able to pull off a good jazz tone with some activity in the tone pot area (I really like the dark, plucky sound when the tone is almost all the way off). In the bridge, a PAF that is warm and bitey but with vintage output for clarity and good balance with the singles. Great for distortion but also usable in clean settings. To be series/paralleled a lot. With the Suhr, I was going V60LP and Thornbucker (which seems to be one of the most popular combos, unfortunately). The most popular single coils from TA are the SC1's, the vintage voiced and only ones that aren't are the VA7's, and the other ones are the SA's. The descriptions are really vague and interchangeable, and youtube demos are pretty unsatisfactory. Does anyone know more about these pup's? The SC and SA's can be split as they are stacked, and I saw a video of a different wiring that made them sound incredible, here's the link: The SA's sound awesome in it. Any insight on characteristics for these single coils?