It is possible, but you would need a center-on switch, and those are a bit rare. The usual method is to use a DPDT On/On/On switch.
Originally Posted by Alexio58
Yes, you can achieve this by installing a mini 3 way DPDT switch and using only one half of it. Then use the switch connector that is included in the package and follow the instalation instructions, only leave the ground wire disconnected, mini switches don't need grounding.
No, you need both poles, unless you have a center-on switch. DPDT On/On/On switches are intended to be externally jumpered to SP3T switching patterns, so the middle position connects one common to a normally open throw, and the other common to a normally closed throw. If you join the commons, then you can have one pickup, both, or the other.