So, I built a 12 string telecaster. It was one of those kits from Gear4Music, but I upgraded a load of parts. Obviously I upgraded the pickups. The bridge is a 2014 American Standard, kicking out around 6.3 The neck, I was going to go for another Fender standard, but then I totally curve balled myself and got a Sentell open teleneck pickup. That kicks out about 9.4. No amount of adjusting makes the bridge pickup a similar volume to the neck, has anyone had this problem? I've got the neck pickup as low as it can get, and the bridge as high as I can. Is it just a simple case of the resistance is too low on the bridge to match the neck? The thing is, I LOVE this neck pickup, it's clear, it rich and it's even got adjustable slugs so I can really shape the sound. I generally don't play with the neck pickup and was toying with an esquire, so I went for this to try something different. But the problem I'm having is the middle position is just a slightly quieter neck, and the bridge feels like turning my guitar off during a practise. I've found the Tonerider hot classics, which seem to give about 9.2 on the bridge, so I thought that might do the job. I really want to maintain the tele sound so I'm not looking for a humbucker. Some others that I've seen are the Kent Armstrong TCHR-1 Twanger Telecaster Bridge Pickup at about 8.8, and the Seymour Duncan STL2 Hot Tele Lead at 16.3 (probably toooo hot!) Has anyone had any experience with any of these pickups? Cheers for anyhelp!