I have an old Ibanez AF75 Archtop I got about 15 years ago. I got it second hand at a time when I played very few gigs, and had little money. It later saw me through many of my early gigs, and I even played it when I met my wife! For the price, it's a fantastically well built guitar It later on got sidelined by various Fenders and a Casino, but I never sold that Ibanez. At one point, as an experiment a few years ago, I put in some Surf 90 pickups from GFS, and redid the wiring, adding nice pots and 50s wiring. It was ok, but very bright and a bit unbalanced with the bridge pickup being much brighter and weaker. (They're meant to be Dynasonic-ish pickups, fairly bright and clear.) I'm thinking of again having a go at using this guitar, and I'm thinking about finding some pickups that better suit this guitar. (The original Ibanez pickups are long gone, so they're not going back.) I might also remove the 50s wiring, but working inside an archtop is a pain... I want something that will suit the voice of this guitar, with nice cleans. I'm thinking of using/mixing three basic options: - The Surf 90s I already have - Humbucker sized P90s - PAF style humbuckers Not planning on spending too much, so I'm looking at the cheaper manufacturers: GFS, Donlis, Bootstrap, Tonerider etc. For example, would a Surf 90 neck and a P90 bridge work out well? Or mixing P90 and PAF? Or all P90? Thanks!