#1
So earlier today I switched the neck pickup in my Jazzmaster for a Seymour Duncan Antiquity II one, following just what the diagram said. However, when I select both pickups now, i'm pretty sure they're out of phase with each other (sounds thin and honk-y, no hum cancelling), which although it sounds cool, I want it back to normal

So is this easily fixable? This might sound silly but would rotating the pickup 180 degrees work? Or will I have to do something more with the wiring?
#2
reverse the wires, you prolly got the ground and hot wires backwards.

if that doesnt work, put the wires the way you had them and rotate the pickup.
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So is this easily fixable?
Yes.
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This might sound silly but would rotating the pickup 180 degrees work?
Nope.
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Or will I have to do something more with the wiring?
Just connect the white of the neck pickup to where the black is right now, and vice-versa. Just two connections. On ONLY one pickup.
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