There's a voice in my head.. and now the guitar itself is starting to talk too. Those voices think my Tele missing the middle pup. So instead of playing, learning and rehearsing, there could be an easier solution. Although more expensive. Some of the voices are echoing about lack of P90. If and when I'm going to use this Squier / Partscaster as a test rig, until I'm ready for THE guitar.. ..should it be like reverse wound or something? Or does that matter at all? Or hum cancelling P-90? Do they share the soul of the real deal? In the bridge I have a SD Little '59 Tele and in the neck DiMarzio 36th Anniversary. With all kinds of split/parallels. Went to the HBs because of hum at home environment and because they're cool too. Still liking, but using split / parallel / both together a lot nowadays too. So looking for some nice sparky stuff. CuNiFe Wide Ranges are whispering too, but they're too big. For this guitar.. although I'm not scared of grinding agathis, cutting plastic or soldering 5-way switches. An my Tele is one heretic bastard already, so no boundaries. Even intellectual. Appreciate all the experiences and knowledge.