My SG has been the most ergonomically uncomfortable guitar and has caused some chronic shoulder issues. So i've finally given up on it after a year of earnest effort. My Tele on the other hand has been the most comfortable to play without causing me any pain or discomfort. So i've decided to sell my SG and get my hands on a 2nd Tele (a 2017 MIM Standard). Since i already have a Tele to take care of my twangy, single coil needs. I'd like my 2nd Tele to try and sound as Gibson-ish as possible. I know there are fundamental structural differences (wood, scale length, bolt on etc.) but i'm hoping the right set of noiseless pickups and rolling down the tone should be able to help me come close. The longer scale length will also help me retain string tension when i down tune for some heavier genres. I would go as heavy as maybe playing some Tool but not beyond that. Any recommendations on a set of pickups (neck & bridge) to help replace my SG? Points to Consider 1. Need to be noise/hum cancelling 2. Should be standard Tele sized pickups to avoid the need for routing. 3. Ideal price range for the set would be under $175 (can stretch to $200 if absolutely necessary). 4. Should work with the stock pots as I don't have the budget to get the electronics replaced as well. 5. No need for any of the classic Tele twang with these pickups. Cheers!!