Opposite problem. Lace sensors are low output, so they're quieter than everything else that I own. It's not a big deal if I'm switching guitars, I can just tap the volume knob. What I want to avoid is having a high output and a low output pickup in the same guitar.If one guitar is louder than the rest, you can always pop a small resistor in series with your output jack to bring it down a bit.
It'll have to be relatively hot, but not insane. It will be unlikely to maintain the glassy "mid-scoop" vintage sound... will instead have more midrange thickness - translates into a good metal lead sound, I'm sure.That's my only concern - that I'll flip from bridge to neck and have a bigass volume difference. The laces that I have in my EX/Strat are awesome, but if I unplug, say, my 550 and plug in either of those guitars, the volume is quite a bit lower. That would quickly become obnoxious in a one-guitar setting.
What's out there in a single that's about the same output as the JB?