I'm looking for advice on pickups. I got my first Gretsch guitar, a G5230T Electromatic and I'd like to change the pickups to something with a fatter sound. This guitar has the Blacktop Filter'tron pickups. I was thinking of maybe trying out the Blacktop Broad'tron pickups (the ones that come stock in the G5220). And I'm hoping to get some advice on this. I've been happily playing a Telecaster for a while, and I'm wanting a second guitar, something that sounds different from the Tele so that when I'm recording a song, I have a variety of electric guitar sounds to pick from. I was initially thinking of getting an Epiphone Les Paul, but when I went to my local guitar store, I played a G5220 and liked it better than the Epi Les Paul - it seemed to have more personality and a better sound. But I wanted a Bigsby, so I ordered a G5230T and had it shipped to my house. Now, after replacing some parts, the G5230T stays in tune pretty well, but I'm not enjoying the sound. It's hard to describe sounds with words, but to me it sounds sort of cheap, thin and clangy. And I know sounds are personal and different people have different preferences. But I remember liking the sound of the G5220 I played in the store better than the guitar I ended up getting. I play mostly clean-ish sounds, country, jazz, blues. I want the pickups to sound clear and cut through the mix, but be fatter and warmer than the tele pickups. Is it pretty easy to switch my guitar from the Blacktop Filter'trons to the Blacktop Broad'trons? I don't care about getting a typical Gretsch sound. I just want something fatter and warmer, maybe something closer to a mini humbucker. I don't have a lot of experience with different pickups, but I know the ones I have on this Gretsch aren't going to work for me. It's not close enough to the sound in my head that I'm going for. Thank you for any advice you can offer.