I might have the naming wrong ... most people just refer to them as "Greeks". They are made in Athens, Greece. Natch. LATE EDIT : the model name is mr.2000SB I figured out. I have this really lovely partscaster that ... being the first I ever made, has great sentimental value in addition to just being a really nice guitar and of course ... unique. It employs a Kent Armstrong replica Danelectro Lipstick-tube at the neck. Probably 30 years old now. In the middle is my old original 1962 Fender Stratocaster pickup. The bridge pickup I need to replace. While I love the IDEA of it (it's an original mid 1970's Maxon made PAF clone - the Super 70 - EVH had a couple in his Destroyer) and it is a famous pickup in it's own right ... that I found in a closing down tiny music store in the 80's and bought for $12 (!) ... but I just never use that pickup. It doesn't speak to me. I want it to, but it just doesn't. I love the guitar though. In every other respect it's a wonderful instrument. I have learned a lot abut pickups since I built it. I'm reasonably certain this Greek pickup by Gabojo is what I would really enjoy. I don't like toppy sharp typical strat bridge tone from my bridge pickup. While the Super 70 PAF clone is of course a humbucker, it's still too harsh for my desires. I like articulate, airy single coils even when I want some drive out of them for dirtier stuff. Anybody with experience of these "Greeks" that can put it into words ? They sound from the makers description like what I would go for. Considering I have a PAF there now, it would be a drop in fit. I like easy, who doesn't ? Note that this guitar has 7-way switching, and I like to pair the neck and bridge if I can find the right pickups for that combination. My spidey-senses tingle and tell me that this "greek" pickup is the one. I like to trust my gut instinct, it's given me a lot of really enjoyable outcomes over the decades. So does anyone want to chime in with their impressions of this pickup before I go gut instinct and just buy it ? Would really help me out, and give my first love a new lease of life.