This one makes my 3rd Gretsch, and I pretty much understand the obsession now. This 6118T LTV 125th Anniversary in Jaguar Tan joins my 5127( Classic bridge, T-Armond neck), and my 6128TDS. I told myself I was gonna wait awhile before another purchase, but it was a steal, and I had my eye either on a 6120-59, or an Annie with a Trem, so when the price dropped I pounced on it. The guitar plays like a dream, and I've been gettin to know the Powertrons that came stock in it. At first, I absolutely loved them. They still have some of that clear Gretsch sound, but are pretty thick, and mid heavy. They scream! That's the case when I pick up the guitar every time, but man, those mids start to wear on your ears a bit, and I'm finding I'd like a bit more clarity. I play Rockabilly, Western Swing, Hillbilly Jazz, Jump Blues, Chet, etc, so I'm starting to look for a set of pickups that suit me, while at the same time scream "classic Gretsch". Honestly, the Powertrons are close, especially through say a scooped mids type BF or SF Fender amp with some headroom, but through a Tweed type amp it's a bit much. I'm hoping to get some suggestions from those of you who have much more experience with the variety of pickups out there. I'm open to anything, and have a set in mind, but I'd like to hear some opinions. Doesn't have to be anything crazy, maybe the good ol classic plus bridge, classic neck is what I need. Maybe some HS Filtertrons is the ticket?? I will say that I really like the bridge pickup, at least the way it is NOT thin, and is very snotty/growly. The neck pickup is ok, but the middle position isn't magic. I mean, it sounds good, just not that jangly Gretschy thing I'd like to have. So if I can get clear, jazzy neck...... barking, semi-thick bridge......and magical jangly middle position, I'll be happy.