#1
There is absolutely no reason to get a pickup reverse wound if you have a phase switch on your guitar, right?

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#2
Quote by Minions
There is absolutely no reason to get a pickup reverse wound if you have a phase switch on your guitar, right?

Thanks.
Wrong.
Flipping phase affects both the polarity of the hum and the signal generated by the string.
RWRP affects only the polarity of the hum.
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#3
Ok so then a phase switch will do what the RW/RP does plus more. Meaning if I have a phase switch, I don't need the middle pickup to be RW/RP?

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#4
You're forgetting the RP part of RW/RP. It means reverse magnetic polarity. Phase switch =/= RW/RP.

You don't need a middle pup to be RW/RP. Early Fender strats didn't even have them.