Hey y’all, new to this forum. Been a longtime fender and Ibanez player but it’s finally time to make the move to an SG. Been playing them at shops for a couple decades and never pulled the trigger. Here’s my question, and I’d love some advice of any and all kinds. I bought the new ‘61 Standard (non custom). Have been playing it through my setup at home for a week. I’m finding the low end on the burstbuckers a little muddy, unless I really hit the low strings on the proper pick angle. I love soloing on my low E and A. I’ve played the new Standard SG which has the 490’s. I’m finding I like the overall tone and low end of them better than the bursts. Even though Gibson says the Bursts gave higher output, I’m getting (to my ear and style) a fatter mid range and less muddy low end on the Standard. My issue is that I like the design (neck, frets, tuners, bridge, even case) all better on the ‘61 than the standard, but I can’t hide from the fact I prefer the tone on the standard. Can I a) buy those same 490’s from Gibson to swap out the bursts, b) in theory will I get the same or very close to the same tone as the standard once I swap them out, and c) can I keep all the wiring, pots, guts and just have my tech swap the pickups? I really dig the quality of the volume and tone knobs re Agnesi’s video about the tapering and detailed adjustments they are using on the new 2019 line. Thanks SG world for any help on this. If they made the new ‘61 with 490’s I’d be in perfect shape but if I can pull this off, that’s the tone and hardware/design combo I’m looking for.