Hello there So, here's the problem. I've a jazz bass, which, as it was before (V/V/T) did not have any buzz/noise when not touching anything metal. I mean, at all. I decided I wanted more "hair" out of my bass, so I did away with the 250k V/V/T pots, wired both pickups in series and had just a single volume pot. And that was that. Thing is, the bass is dead quiet when I'm touching the strings (or anything metal on it) but has quite a lot of buzz/hiss/noise when not. The noise does go away if I lower the volume significantly but not entirely, unless the volume is at zero. The bass has that conductive paint shielding in the cavity and some foil shielding underneath the pickguard, my connections and grounds are all ok (it's a single pot wiring, after all, can't get any simpler than that!), sound is fine (awesome in series, actually, heh) and everything else seems to be working just fine. I've even checked for continuity with a multimeter in every possible spot I could and it seems everything is grounded. Also, this does not seem to be a "location" issue, it behaves the same at my place, at the studio, friend's house etc. No change. Any suggestions? Only thing I can think of is that the shielding's just... well, not enough! Another idea was to reverse one pickup but I'm not exactly sure whether that'll make any difference at all, considering the distance between the two. Many thanks in advance!