I have an idea that I could use some help with. So, I know this has KINDA been done before, as on the Tractor bass. There were two j pickups in the bridge position, acting a bit like a humbucker together? I had this idea of taking two sets of Fender 62 ri/ "Original" pickups and fusing them together. So, I'd take one neck and bridge pickup and alter one side of each pickup cover and epoxy them together, so that pickups would make what looks like a j humbucker. And this way the pups would be rwrp to each other. Would that work? I understand it's not really a humbucker, but would it still function and would it be any fatter sounding? Is this a good idea, bad idea? Are there any setbacks? Also, if I did this for both pickups, so I now had a bridge and neck side by side in the neck position, and bridge and neck side by side in the bridge position, what would a wiring diagram look like? What if I instead matched up to neck pups in the neck position and two bridge pups in the bridge position? How would that work? I understand that in this case each pup wouldn't be rwrp to itself. Thanks in advance.