So I’m trying to get a pair of,pickups that I own rewound to sound like 57 classics. Due to my limited exposure to 57 classics of owning just three piar, I wan to make sure I get this right. I love what I have but need them to other guitars. I’ve heard 2 winders ideas of a neck pickup that has more highs and less lows and honestly I can’t see it at all. I need ver very little lows and a fat middle with sparkling highs. I need to be able to dime a 68 plexi and not have the bass fart out. I KNOW it can be done because the 57 Classic in my 59 Historic es-335 neck is light years ahead of ANY PICKUP I’ve ever heard I have a set that makes my neck tone so sweet and lively I can’t stop playing. Compared to a 490 or BB2 (which i like) this 57 has a radically different frequency curve. Instead of the usual excessive bass, excessive lower mids, barely audible upper mids and treble.....well My 57 Classic neck has aggressively Rolled Off bass starting at about 100-160hz and below. There’s no mud. The 57 also has A big upper midrange with lots of bright treble and sparkle. It sounds like a fatter Strat pickup but with more lower midsize much less bass and no scooped mids. The impedance is 7.75kohm. I think I remember the inductance being a fair amount higher than a burstbucker. I would like some generality like; 1.all other thing being the same, a higher imperance gives more apparent output with excess causing loss of highs and pronounce lows. 2.All things ding equal, a higher resonant peak willl increase mids and decrease low (I don’t know if thats true) What causes a real decrease- in bass, while pumping up the upper mids and heights? I want to know what to ask for before wasting someone’s time and my money. Please talk to me about this thing. I’m trying to get my number one whipped into shape before a show in 3 weeks and I don’t want to be forced to use the 335.