So, I picked up a late model Tele in a guitar store the other day. Plugged it into the same amp that I own and play at home. This Tele seemed to have WAY more of that wiry/stringy sounding twang than I hear out of my own Tele at home. (I will go ahead and admit that it could very well be because it was a "new" guitar at a store, and I convinced myself it sounded different/better.) BUT--I did notice that the bass side of the bridge pickup was set noticeably lower than the treble side. (Whereas the bridge pickup on my Tele at home is set as level as I can get it, mainly because the radius at the bridge is 16" on my Tele. I figured this would give me the most consistent response across the strings?) I've seen and read about Strat players doing this with the pickups in their Strats to achieve more of that classic wiry/stringy sound. Is this true across the board? If I want more of that kind of sound out of my Tele, should I try setting the bass side of the pickup lower and the treble side of the pickup higher?