I'm picking up a Craigslist find later today that I posted about here... https://www.tdpri.com/threads/need-information-on-a-squier-tele-model.975236/ ...with the intention of making a typical (that is, bridge pickup only [though Bigsby-fied]) Esquire out of it. So I'll certainly be removing the neck pickup and changing the pickguard, as well as re-wiring. I'll need to live with it a bit before I decide whether to replace the wiring/pots/etc., as well as the pickup. But in the event that I do decide to do that... Any recommendations on a (bridge) pickup? The guitar has (and will keep) a Bigsby set-up that includes the Jazzmaster-esque rocking-back-and-forth bridge. I'd like to keep it a typical single-coil. My idea is for the guitar to be a hot-rod rock n' roll machine. I'm not looking for anything super hot (definitely not hotter than my late MIM Standard Tele's stock pickups), just something that will get along with some overdrive. I'd also like it to be able to twang, but my MIM does that just fine, so that's not the main concern. How about switching options? So far I've mostly seen (from rear switch position to front) pickup to volume to jack, pickup to volume and tone to jack, and pickup (with Eldred mod) to volume to jack. Any other options I should look into? Also, I'm unclear on the Eldred mod. When I read about it it sounded somewhat like a JM's rhythm circuit, albeit without a separate volume control and with a fixed tone "position" (which, as I understand, is something like early Tele's had before the middle position came to activate both pickups together). But on YouTube videos it sounds like (and is described as) a cocked wah sort of sound.