I plan to put a Lace Sensor Silver (reverse wound) pickup in the neck and a Seymour Duncan Hot Rails pickup in the bridge. I have everything outside of the body of my guitar right now, and have attached the wires just by twisting them without soldering to see if everything works. I am worried about soldering everything together and then discovering that the pickups are out of phase with each other. From what I've read when pickups are out of phase the volume drops a lot and it sounds thin. I've tried using both different wires from the neck pickup as the hot and ground leads, and everytime the pickups sound the same, which is to say in phase. Obviously I don't have any strings over them so I'm just checking by tapping on the pickups. Is it possible that no matter what I can't have out of phase pickups with this combination? The Hot Rails is a humbucker and it has 2 extra leads for coil splitting but the instructions said to just twist them together.