After a few months of searching for the right pickups for my 2017 R8, I’m done with the search. I came upon a Peter Florance Voodoo bridge pickup used and instantly fell in love with it. After trying a whole slew of neck pickups to try to match it, I went ahead and ordered a Voodoo PAF neck directly from Peter Florance. I love these pickups. Peter uses an A5 magnet in the bridge and an A3 in the neck. I find that intriguing as you don’t hear of other winders mixing mag types in their sets. But the magnets are only part of the equation. There’s something special in his wind that gives these pickups a dry “chewiness” to them. I’ve heard people complain that his bridge pickups are bright - and they are... But if you really use the guitar’s tone control, there’s a great range of thick tones between 4 1/2 through 8, and if you need some extra cut, it’s there in the last bit. But I usually run it with some of the tone control dialed back. The neck pickup has the same almost single coil-like tone as the JM Rolph I use in my CS-336. Great clarity, and again, that chewiness in the attack, with a great vocal quality. And finally, that Dickey Betts middle position tone. Here I was trying to find a great neck pickup to match the Florance bridge, and the answer was as simple as having Peter wind me one. Love these pickups and highly recommend checking them out.