Hello Nelson. Thanks for your advice. Well, yea. I am on knowledge that the vibration of the strings is more on the neck than the bridge so I need a lower output pickup.
About your theory about having neck pickup of half the output than the the bridge pickup, there ins something unclear for me here.
You just said, let the neck pickup has almost half the output of the bridge pickup, but you are showing me that the neck pickup has almost half the resistance of the bridge pickup not the output.
Also, Pickups Resistance are in Kilo Ohms so i think you mean 16 Kilo Ohms and just not 16 Ohms. As far as I know, the output of the pickup (milli Volt) is not directly proportional to the Resistance of the pickup ( Kilo Ohms). So I think your bridge pickup might not almost the half of the output, It could only be the resistance. P.S : Yea, that could happen that resistance of the neck pickup is half he resistance of the bridge pickup as well as the outputs as well. That could be just a coincidence.
*X2N has an output of 510 milli volts and resistance 15.83 Kilo ohms.
*Steve More neck model has an output of 250 milli volts and resistance 21.00 Kilo ohms.
*Both bridge Models and Bridge Evos for example are relatively have close Resistance(just 0.8 Kilo ohms difference -bridge than neck-) but much different output.
Try different pickups you will find some apply your rule and some not
Thanks for sharing your idea, Nelson. I hope the explanation above contains no offense for you at all. I am just illustrating my theory as well. Resistance is not directly proportional to the voltage (output) as Current is not a constant value here.
Sorry for the elongation.