Howdy, I bought a nashville deluxe power tele, but I want to change the stock TexMex pickups and change the wiring to fit my needs. Because I often play higain and distortion, the pickups squeeled like a pig so they need to be changed with a set that is wax potted or noiseless. The nashville deluxe tele needs to sound more like a tele (bridge + neck in parallel), but should also be able to kick like a mule (humbucker sound). I prefer not to add extra switches or push-pulls, because I don't want to further complicate this guitar. Wiring should be something like this (no switches!!!): 1. bridge 2. bridge + middle in series (humbucker mode) 3. bridge + neck in parallel (classic tele mode) 4. either middle alone or something out of phase, depending on what is possible (surplus mode) 5. neck Pickups: I really really like the Lollar set Special T bridge + vintage T neck. The middle PU is somewhat of a problem. I like the Seymour Duncan Hot Stack STK 2N, because it sounds different and hot. Here are my questions: - It seems there is no option to choose between a middle or neck pickup on the Seymour Duncan shop. Why is that? - Does the Hot Stack middle pickup have the right polarity for the Lollar set (Bridge RWRP / Middle non-RWRP / Neck non-RWRP)? - Is it possible to wire the lollar special in series with the SD Hot Stack? Or does the hot stack need to be split or whatever? I need to have a megalithic humbucker sound with this one! - Is it an option to wire the middle and neck pickup out of phase or will the sound difference be negligible? Thanx!!!