Basswood, maple capped body. Maple neck/fb.
Current pickups are a DiMarzio Norton bridge and an Air Norton neck.
This particular pickup combination works really well with Orange's counterpart Red which is the same except for having a rosewood fretboard. The problem is that while Orange sounds and plays great there is a lack of "meat" in the tone. It is just a bit too much on the thin and shrill side of things. The compression of the pickup also sticks out a bit uglier.
DiMarzio's Pickup Finder thing suggests the Tone Zone, but I've never used this pickup.
Now, I am a fan of the Norton pickups so I am not hell bound on ripping them out. I would also be open to modifying the guitar's circuit to EQ things a bit. A capacitor here, a resistor there... So, if you are familiar enough with the effects of electronics on the sound of a guitar then fire away.
If you want to try a quick tweak go with a small value capacitor from hot to ground. Start with something like 100pF and work up from there. The easiest place is often between the two lugs of the socket. Alligator leads are great for this process.