Hi everyone! I put together a partscaster using a warmoth thinline body with a rosewood fretboard. I also used a six saddle bridge. For pickups I used the Seymour Duncan vintage stack neck and a lil 59 bridge pickup. My reasoning was I was concerned about noise and I did want a more "modern" sound, I have been pretty happy with the sound but today I compared it head to head with my avri 62 tele custom with stock pickups. Wow! I liked the 62 so much better. I'm thinking I made a mistake with at the very least the lil 59. Was too much mids and none of the twang. Of course I knew that would be the case when I went with them. Does anyone have any suggestions on what I should replace the seymour Duncans with? I also have experience with the seymour duncan antiquities and I liked them at the time. I'm also thinking about the fender original vintage pickups. I also have some pickups that I pulled out of my Tele Select lying around. I really liked the tone of them a lot but they are the noisiest single coil pickups I have heard in my life! I replaced them with a dimarzio chopper t in the bridge and the area t in the neck. I do like those pickups in that guutar but they are more modern sounding, I think maybe I should go more traditional with the thinline. Noiseless may not as important to me as I thought originally. I used some noise suppresion just now and it worked just fine for me. But I'm not opposed to noise canceling pickups. Thanks for any suggestions!