Hello Folks, I have recently revamped my rig. I bought a PedalTrain1 and have been adding pedals to it like there is no tomorrow! I play a Fender Telecaster Hot Rod '52. I am about to change the bridge pickup to either a Seymour Duncan Five Two or a Stack. I am unsure which to go for and none of my local shops have any guitars in store with them so I can not try before I buy. I am looking to get that well known, much loved Brent Mason country tone. I have read that the 'Five Two' will give me this however, I am aware that Brent uses a stack so any advice on this matter would be greatly appreciated. I am aware that 80% of your tone comes form your own fingers...there is no issue with this...I am a professional guitarist. I can get really close to the tone I am looking for but feel a change of pickup will give me that 'lift' I am looking for. As far as pedals go, here is my gear; MXR Super Comp BBE Boosta Grande Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor Wampler Hot Wired Wampler Faux Analog Echo Boss CE-5 Chorus Ensemble I am also thinking of adding a BBE Sonic Stomp. Anybody know much about them? I heard Brent talking about the Creation Audio Labs MK.4.23 which he says really expands you tone. Has anybody got much experience with these pedals? I am running these into a Fender Hot Rod Deluxe with Weber Attenuator between the speaker and preamp. Could anybody give me suggestions on how best to set up these pedals. I am aware that different configurations can give different results so I have been messing around but I would really appreciate so other points of view. At the moment I have this set up: Guitar > MXR Super Comp > Boosta Grande > NS-2 Then I take the send of the NS-2 > Hot Wired > CE-5 > Faux Echo > NS-2 return > NS-2 out > Amp All comments/advice welcome! Kind regards, CountryJim.