It's actually for a Squier Jazzmaster (dual humbuckers), but I figured this would be the place to ask about HBs in Fenders/Squiers. I'm looking for something that will be good for cleaner, blues and jazz type leads. Clear with some chime, but will handle distortion from a pedal. I like a good PAF, but I'm used to using them in Gibsons. I don't want the mids scooped out (like with a Duncan 59) but I don't want super heavy mids either (that's my complaint with the stock neck pickup, too powerful and thick sounding). Something that will sound even across the spectrum in an alder body (with a hard tail bridge) I've liked the reissue Wide Range pickups I've used, but I haven't played one too recently, and info on the internet is hard to come by (except that they don't sound like the originals). It's a cheaper guitar though, and I don't think I want to spend boutique dollars on a more proper Wide Range reproduction. I had in mind a sound like Jimmy Page on the intro to "Since I've Been Loving You", but I don't know if thats a Tele or an LP or what, so maybe that's a bad example. Peter Green on "Love That Burns" is also in the ballpark of what I'm looking for.