Hey guys. I'm beginning a design process for a custom Jazzmaster style build. I do already own a '63 Jazzmaster, and as my tech and I discovered, the bridge pickup is some unmarked P-90, which is incredible clean and dirty. I love how it pairs with the neck. So for this custom I'm taking that dynamic and running with it, albeit seeking out a humbucker to pair with jazz neck, instead of P90. Looking for that elusive articulate, clear PAF style bucker when clean that also gets nice midrange burn when put through drive and distortion. Will be most often playing this guitar through a Marshall Randy Rhoads JMP run slightly dirty, but my other amps are a '65 DRRI and AC30 heritage w/ alnico blues. Point being, clean sounds are integral. If a midway point exists, I want to know my options... I've already looked at Seymour Duncan JB, Custom, Custom Custom, Distortion as well as the DiMarzio PAF Pro, Super Distortion, others I can't recall from said brands. Not aware of boutique options admittedly. FWIW, I'm leaning away from getting coil split as a solution; as I'm a long time single coil user, none of the examples I've heard sound like they would work for me. Obviously the output needs to match the output on a more traditional Jazzmaster neck style pickup output, although I'm not sure how wide a difference would be acceptable/useable. Would love some thoughts on this. Let me know what you think, and thanks in advance!