So, I'm stuck. I'm trying to wire a three pup LP so that the neck and bridge share a volume and tone, and the middle has it's own volume and tone, and both volumes are push/pulls to remove those pups from the circuit entirely, the goal being having every combination of pickups available. As I have it, it's kinda sorta working, but there's still bleed through when either volume is pulled. I'd expect that if both push/pulls were up, there would be no signal at all, which is not the case. I'm not sure if the problem is in my schematic (which, granted, I put together myself), or my execution ('cause, granted, my skills are still pretty mediocre). If anyone could be of any assistance, I'd appreciate it. First, this is my diagram. Obviously, not the prettiest thing you've ever seen, but I think it's readable. Secondly, there's this, which may be ill advised. I'm using a washer to join all the grounds before they go to the output jack. Seemed to make sense to me, but perhaps it was a dumb idea. And here are some shots of the push/pulls. Note that the neck/bridge input comes from the 3-way, while the middle pickup comes directly from the pup. Neck and bridge are alumitone HBs (w/ their own funky wiring), and the middle is a GFS Mean 90. Middle: Neck/Bridge If any other pics would be helpful, or if drawing that diagram differently would help, I'd be glad to oblidge. I'm at the point that all I can do is random experimentation, which is pretty frustrating, and wastes a lot of time. Any input is appreciated.