ehhh.. there is something you have to realize that whatever the 'specs', single coils don't sound like humbuckers. *You can't get the 'quack' of a single coil with a hum.
That being said, there have been attempts at reproducing the sound of a single coil: im talking about the dimarzio 'humbucker from hell'... I've never heard it in person, but that is what it is supposed to do. *Any ways there are soundclips there http://www.dimarzio.com/audio/audio.html
Either that or you can split the coils of any humbucker, and you get strat-like tone, but with ear-drum ravaging noize and 60-cycle hum.
BUT! when I noodle with Yngwie tunes, I like to use the middle (single coil) p/u... it's quacky crunchiness is good enough to emulate his rythm tone. *It does a decent lead tone as well. *If it's not too late, you might want to consider adding one to your project
The bottom line is this: aside from oddities like the dimarzio hfh, you can't get the tones you want from hums. *Yngwie tone = single coils. *I hope I didn't poopoo on your dreams, but hey, I once wanted (and still do) the exact same thing, and never found it.
(Edited by lwi at 5:27 pm on July 25, 2001)