#2
Single coil sized? Do you mean pure single coil, or stacked humbucker?
What type of music are you going to play?
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#4
If you're playing rock/heavy metal on the strat, you're going to want a stacked humbucker.

To provide a few examples, a Super Distortion S or a Tone Zone S, would work.
Amps
Randall RG50TC, Roland Cube 15x

Guitar
LTD MH-100QM, Washburn X12

Effects and Etc.
Ibanez Weeping Demon, Boss FV-500H, Ibanez TS7, Ibanez PH7, dbx 31-band EQ, ISP Decimator
#5
anyways...

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#6
an original 1954 strat pickup, go!
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#7
The best idea would be to get a new pickguard and put a real humbucker in the bridge, but if that's not an option, my vote goes for a DiMarzio Tone Zone S. Put a push/pull pot on as well to split the pickup and you'll achieve some awesome clean tones when mixed with the middle pickup
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#8
The EMG-s or sa is good (active). I think gilmore uses them in his red strat.