my !fourth! thread on the first page! aren't i naughty... but i guess that's what happens when i suddenly come back to all the plans and problems i have with my two guitars and don't yet have the knowledge to work it all out myself... so my latest question refers to my long-standing wiring plans that I'd just been beginning to work out all for my own little self when, looking for a Red Special wiring diagram to see if my hypothesis for 3 pickups in series, each with an on(+ phase)-off-on(- phase) switch was correct (it was! yay!), i find these diagrams for Red Special "modifications"... see, my big plan is the afore-mentioned "3 pickups in series, each with an on(+ phase)-off-on(- phase) switch", but with one extra switch to change whether the pickups are connected in series, or parallel... so this is obviously where it gets complicated - too complicated for me really... see, these schematics are on the Red Special mods site: http://www.treblebooster.com/wiring_mods/burns4PDT.doc which is almost there, but functions with the 6 switch Red Special system instead of my preferred 3 switch system (which would hopefully require no pickguard-cutting)... the wonderful man Scott Humphrey who devised it says himself that he hasn't tried it out yet, but i did go through the schematic and as he says, it should work, but is there no way to do this with just one on-off-on switch per pickup?? he says he can't think of a way... so i wondered if anyone here could easily (don't go spending too much time on it for my sake or anything, i hate to sponge of other people's knowledge!) see how to make that work? maybe with 3pdt switches for each pickup? and lastly, would this be a 4PDT switch? and would it be appropriate for the above series-parallel idea? http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=2343&TabID=1&WorldID=&doy=31m1 thank you all!