I have four guitars--a stock Highway 1 Tele, a Fender parts Tele with Fralin Blues Special pickups, an AS Strat with whatever comes stock in those, and a ~2000 Gibson SG with whatever comes in those. I have one amp, a '69 silverface Deluxe Reverb that I run at 2-2.5 with a little bit of reverb from a pedal and usually little else. I have a lousy room to practice in, it's about 8 x 10 feet with a tile floor and drywall walls, and it doubles as my business office... yes, I am cursed with a wholly inadequate man-cave but no one can hear me and if my family needs something they send a text message... it's what I got for now. Anyway, I pretty much never change from the neck pickup, except on the Strat where I like neck+middle most of the time. Bridge pickups mostly sound thin, bright, and kinda harsh to me, they make me wanna switch back to the neck pretty quick. I know the hard surfaces in the room have something to do with it, and that maybe if I were playing in a more absorbent room and/or with other players it might make sense to have a brighter tone. It might also be a function of keeping the amp so low, it doesn't develop much bottom end unless it's turned up a lot more. But, if I look at video of other guys playing, especially with groups, they are often on their bridge pickup, and it often sounds great. For what I'm doing right now, which is learning the instrument and having fun, I'm inclined to try something else in bridge positions of the Highway 1 Tele and the SG, something that will have a warmer and fuller sound, but give me an alternative to just the neck. Any thoughts? Much appreciate the feedback, as always.