I recently put in a Seymour Duncan JB in the bridge position of this guitar. I was replacing a Gibson style humbucker that I didn't like. I put, what I thought were the same wires in the same places of where the former pickup was installed that also seemed to coincide with the diagram/instructions that came with the JB. I'm a player, not a tech. So I'm not real knowledgable. But I have replaced pickups successfully before many times. However, the JB sounds extremely thin and low gain/output. Sounds like a tele or something. I know that's not right. Here's a pic http://img117.imageshack.us/img117/8881/dsc01125copyvd5.jpg 1 is the hot wire attached to the toggle switch 2 is the black ground joined with the bare (ground?) wire attached to the copper plating at the floor of the cavity 3 is the green and white wires taped back and unused What's wrong with this picture? Do I need to switch a pot or something?