I like jazz & blues, but I'm a novitiate at playing them, more accurately put attempting to. That said, I do like P90s deployed for that genre.
Here was my solution, and jazz and blues intention was why I bought it. Here's what a 311H sounds like playing that genre with stock PUPs. Merely another option to HSS etc. I have three of those with split coil functionality and varying tonality performance spec PUPs, and this does sound different.
For just a little under double that money, you can get essentially the same unit config, but with a Seymour Duncan loadout neck and bridge with a TB-14 Custom 5 in the bridge. I chose to stay with satin neck and steel saddles of the 311H instead, mod myself and save a couple of hundred bucks whilst getting exactly what I wanted. The tone of the original G&B humbucker was truly fine, but down on grunt and a mismatch for the neck P90 in that regard [u]if[/u] coil split.The combo was solid for jazzs and blues, and I probably wouldn't have changed it if that was all I wanted from that guitar. However, that sacrificed its versatility as it didn't have the grunt I wanted for rock. A TB-14 or TB-4 et al to individual taste in the bridge fixes that.
Why Pacifica? Bang for the buck and BQ when you get a good one notwithstanding, I own four PACs of various PUP configs. All necks and bodies are identical, so for me it's like cross endorsing on any Boeing where the flight decks and systems are deliberately similar to minimise transition if flying one type/sub series today and another type/sub series next week. Makes swapping about easy peasy without any warmup/adaptation required for chunkier/wider/voluted/etc necks or radius fingerboards.