Just out of the blue, a really odd idea popped into my head recently. Suppose you had a Jazz bass outfitted with a pair of inline humbuckers, say, a pair of Villex V2JLH or Nordstrand NJ4SVs. Has anyone ever attempted wiring them up to a four-way switch so you have the following combos: * neck is fully voiced, bridge silent * neck silent, bridge is fully voiced * neck's treble side is voiced and bass side is silent, bridge's treble side is silent and bass side is voiced * bridge's treble side is voiced and bass side is silent, neck's treble side is silent and bass side is voiced Obviously, the first two options are a standard we all know and love - however, how would the last two sound? Would the combination be humbucking in the sense a P-pup works, would it be clankier than both J-pups at full volume? What would happen? Opinions, please.