Generally you want something in the middle that has less output than the bridge, and more or the same output as the neck. That said, I’ve got a Nashville tele loaded with Dimarzio
B = area tele
M area 61
The middle has less output than the neck but it works. They are all very close in output, so I say just pick something you like.
If you pick something with more output in the middle you can lower it so it will be out of the way of your picking. You never know till you put the thing together. You never know till you put it together. You never know
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I can tell you the Duncan STK-S4m (middle pickup) is "South Up" magnetic polarity, but it doesn't matter unless you want to use coil split switching.