Replaced pickups on RG, something is not right
I replaced the pickups on my RG 350, got Evos for the neck and bridge, left the single coil in place. I originally wired it backward so that when the switch was on the neck pup it would use the bridge pup and vice versa. I decided to leave it like this (I hate taking the trem off its zero, although I found out a small set of wire cutters with the rubber handles does an awesome job of blocking the trem). Well, after a while of just dealing with the backward switch it got on my nerves so I rewired correctly, or so I thought. After I put everything back together everything seemed well until i tried to use the neck pickup and the single coil (middle pup) at the same time. The sound was... for lack of a better word "jangly". I assumed the polarity of the pups were opposite, thats seemed like a reasonable explanation, but a couple weeks later (after my strings went bad) I opened it up again and reversed the polarity on the single coil. Something still doesn't sound right but to be honest i don't play with two pickups often at all. Does anyone else know what this is?
Also, I'm hearing that if I changed out the volume pots and switch the sound will be a little better. I'm thinking about just going that route, just wondering if someone else has done this and if they have the Allparts #s handy?