I must be missing something here, I just can’t quite wrap my head around it... If a humbucker consists of two coils with opposing polarity, shouldn’t they just phase cancel each other entirely? Or at the very least sound ‘out of phase’? Usually that sound is associated with being thin or nasally, but humbuckers seem to be the opposite, with a lot more bottom end than single coils. Does the humbucker design utilize phase cancellation in order to get rid of the hum? Can certain cycles or frequencies be isolated for phase cancellation, while the rest of the spectrum is unaffected? Is there something more nuanced to the humbucker design - beyond two opposite wound single coils - that I’m missing?