The trick with the cheap TV Jones clones is to not get something that advertises 'Hotter' or more 'modern' this will typically have more winds, and a higher inductance. Takes you away from the TV Jones high end Jangle and 'crang' and moves the tone more towards a typical PAF type humbucker. The TVJ classics are something like 1.4Henry inductance in the neck position. Compare that to a strat pickup which tends to be around 2.3H-3H. They are wound with a very small amount of wire to get that low inductance. That low inductance is what gives the high frequency response that the classic Filtertrons had. Lots of treble content, not so much mid push.. Most of the 'budget' Filtertrons, for whatever reason are 'overwound' which gives a fatter darker sound. The price and name on the pickup is not what gives it that sound. You just need something spec'd correctly.