I have an early '60 ES-355 with PAFs. The bridge pickup has never done it for me. It works and will push an amp, but just doesn't have the cream and grind that my other PAF guitars have. Resistance reads 7.87K ohms which seems pretty normal for a PAF.. I always thought that the weak sound was just in my head, or a result of the ebony board on the '355 but it was getting me down. I just wasn't playing the guitar much because of it. I had some time today, so I decided to pull the pick up out and swap the neck pickup into the bridge position...Instant PAF beauty. Pushed the amp great. Really creamy grind with harmonics popping out. I'm sure you know what I mean. So now I have this PAF on my bench that reads OK for resistance but isn't putting out. I thought that maybe the problem is the magnet loosing some power. Can anyone recommend a pickup tech who can diagnose a pickup beyond whether the coil is open or short? Of course I don't want to rewind the coils unless absolutely necessary. Who do you recommend? Thanks!