I Just dropped the duncan "whole lotta humbucker" in the bridge position of my 1990 (61/62?) reissue SG. It's not like any humbucker I've played before. This pickup's voice is big and clear. Bright, but not harsh...or even overly bright. I may even dare to call it sparkly. But as you gain it up or start to push the volume up, that top end smooths out and thickens up. It's got that "vintage Paf" transparent honk but with a more transparent top end. The previous owner of my guitar added two mini switches (ever heard of push/pots jackass? ). I'll plug the holes eventually.... But in the mean time I wired the pickup to switch between series/parallel wiring of the coils in the pickup. This pickup is just as loud in parallel as in series. The tone shifts a ton, as you'd expect, but it doesn't drop off in volume like other 4 conductor pickups tend to. I'd imagine it would work well as a single coil, if that was your cup of tea. Does anyone have more experience with this pickup?