Hello All, First time post here. I have a question for any of the more physics minded people. Question: Do hotter pickups have a stronger magnetic pull on the strings? Background of the question: I have what used to be a Squier Tele that has become a partscaster/teach myself guitar mechanics. I recently swapped out the stock bridge and a SD hot rail for a Wilkinson bridge and SD vintage broadcaster. In doing so, I took the SD quarter pounder neck and dropped the height significantly to accommodate the output balance. These changes effected my sustain considerably for the better. Prior to the changes, I had ordered a SD vintage tele neck expecting to want to not like the quarter pounder anymore. But my concern is that using lower output neck pickup and raising it will reduce all this beautiful sustain I have found. Or is that sustain all in the bridge? Thanks for any thoughts?