I'm thinking of rewiring the pickups in my bass (two Bartolini humbuckers). Currently, the bridge pickup is wired in series, the neck pickup is switchable series/split, and both are blended in parallel with a pot. I don't use single-coil on the neck pickup much, if ever. So here's what I'm thinking of doing: Switch up: normal config, both pickups humbucking, blended like usual. Switch down: "outside" neck coil in series with "outside" bridge coil. "inside" neck coil in series with "inside" bridge coil. These two things blended in parallel with the pot. So, with the pot forward, I'll have the two "outside" halves of the pickups in series. With it rolled back, the two "inside" halves. In the middle, all four coils in series/parallel just like normal. Has anybody tried this? My basic purpose is to get the two pickups wired in series. Next, just half of each so the total volume is the same as anything else. And it's trivial to wire it so I get that "outside"/"inside" option - I'm not sure how different the sounds will be, but it is just an added bonus.