I'm trying to work out the wiring for my current project while I wait for the finish to cure a little longer. The guitar will has 2 WCR humbuckers, and the control setup will be 2 volumes, 1 tone, a 3 way gibby switch, and a push-pull on the tone control to coil tap both pickups. I am setting the coil-tap to activate the outside coils of the humbuckers. I did a mockup of the wiring today to test out what I thought was going to work. I basically just set up the controls (sticking them in cardboard to simulate the control cavity), and wrapped the wires at their corresponding contact points. I hooked up the pickups and the jack this way, and by touching the pickup slugs with a screwdriver I could check what was working. I was able to get the normal setup working fine, but the coil tap did not seem to work at all. First question: If I am coil-tapping a humbucker, does that mean that if I touch the slugs of the "inactive" coil I shouldn't hear anything? This is what I figured, but if I am wrong, then the rest of this is a non-issue, as the coil-tap could have been working fine. I couldn't find quite the right diagram for my exact wiring setup, so I combined two that seemed like they would work: This one from SD gives the basic layout - http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/schematics/2hum_2vol_tone_3way-w-spl.html Then I used the diagram for "Humbuckers (2)/Outer Single Coils" for the tapping - http://www.guitarelectronics.com/category/wiringresources.1wiringdiagrams.humbuckerwiringmods Assuming I was right about not hearing anything when touching the inactive coil when it is tapped, I couldn't get the coil tap to work at all. Even doing the basic one pickup coil tap from the SD diagram didn't work. Any thoughts?