hey there! got a problem with my strat, but i'l cut to the chase and just ask the questions that'll hopefully solve the problem, if anyone would be kind enough to answer. so, to reverse phase, do i simply swap the + and - wires from a pickup, thereby grounding the + and taking the - to the pickup selector in my strat? is there any way to test the phase of a pickup other than just hook them up in the guitar and listen for comparative phase? and finally, in a strat, am i right in understanding (i've read people briefly mentioning this but never actually had it explained...) that the middle pickup is reverse-wound... R-something-else... to the other two? and this produces hum-cancelling in positions 2 + 4? now, this RWR-something, is not the same as being a different phase, right? cos two pickups out of phase in parallel would sound VERY thin, nasally, and in most ways conventionally unpleasent, right? ... erm, i think that'll do for now, and i'll have to ask some more questions if i get answers to these... thank you anyone who can help!