I'm planning to add a pickup selection toggle switch to a particular guitar that has a "different" system, so I started thinking about where best to put it. In this case, the most obvious place may have some drawbacks, so I thought it might be useful to go back to square one, and think about the "ideal world" situation first. This is where I can use some other opinions. If you were designing a 2-pickup guitar with a 3-position toggle switch, which are your absolute preferred locations for the toggle switch to go? Which would be #2? I'm looking at this mostly from a pure functionality perspective now, as a player; appearance may vary based on guitar shapes, but functionality will not vary so much I'm thinking. You want effortless, nearly unconscious access to the switch within the natural flow of playing, but you don't want to hit it inadvertently when you strum either. some choices: 1) Upper bout, top: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Daves58historic.jpg 2) Lower horn, well above neck pickup: http://www.halkans.com/images3/707guild.jpg 3)Lower horn, directly below neck pickup: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/82/Fender_Jazzmaster.jpg 4) Above & behind control knobs: http://www.prsguitars.com/mccartykorina/index.html 5) below control knobs: http://www.prsguitars.com/hollowbodyspruce/index.html 6) just in front of control knobs http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d3/ES-335.jpg 7) Other locations that beat these?