As the title says, I need help with hum. I popped a DiMarzio Bluesbucker into the bridge of my Player Strat, along with all fresh wiring and pots, and the thing hums like a banshee. All connections test good for continuity, including the claw ground. I've reflowed solder on all connections and the wiring is as correct as I can possibly tell, but the hum is horrid. The hum surely seems to be single coil hum, as the notch positions kill the hum mostly, as well as the Bluesbucker when not split. But this guitar was previously so quiet that it was noteworthy, playing in the exact same spot, same amp, everything. So something must be up. Here's some images of the wiring, not gorgeous as it's kinda cramped in there. Worth noting that the Bluesbucker is wired in reverse phase as DiMarzio states their pickups are backwards that of Fender, and the push/pull pot is wired so that the Bluesbucker is split when the pot is down, as I wanted the split sound to be the default tone (the red and green are wired to C2, with 4 being wired to ground via pot casing). I'll also upload the quick wiring diagram I mocked up for it (the humbucker lead colors are not reversed in that). Thanks in advance for any and all help. This sucker is driving me nuts.