One of my favorite sounding guitars is the Rickenbacker 360 with the Rickenbacker Hi-gain single coil pickups. Jangly when strummed, yet they can rock with the best when hitting the amp with a nice overdrive pedal. Problem is. . .the necks are too thin and the frets are too short to do a lot of blues bending and such with them. Solutions. . .My Nephew's Ric 620 was fixed by having the frets replaced, the neck plecked and the lacquer on the fretboard removed and the neck is now oiled. The neck is still just a little too thin. I'd like to put a Rickenbacker pickup on a hollowbody guitar like a Koll or something along that line, but the pickups are way too tall, and they sit on top of the Ric 360's body. Wouldn't work on a Koll, Baker, etc. Thus, the solution is maybe there is someone out there who is producing a "Rickenbacker" type pickup already, but in humbucker size. Does anybody have any experience or knowledge regarding this?