. Any hints on how they wired up this 5-way switch to cover the switching modes? Fender/Squier 2021 Contemporary Stratocaster Special "Position: 5. Neck 4. Bridge, Middle and Neck, 3. Middle and Neck (Parallel), 2. Middle, 1. Bridge and Middle (Series, Hum-Cancelling)" Easy answer is they used a 'Super Switch' ... but given the guitar price point I doubt they did anything other than a standard 5-way by soldering the pickups to different lugs. They picked up the Robbie Robertson method of pushing the middle pickup back against the bridge and giving it a unique wiring system. The RR was a basic Strat 5-way with a push/pull tone pot to give it bridge-middle series humbucker but otherwise a standard Strat 5-way wiring. This is the RR wiring diagram I found (push-pull) I've had the desire for quite a while to do a similar Strat mod to the Robbie Robbins by sliding the middle pickup back against the bridge pickup. So any insight on what Fender used for this new Contemporary wiring diagram? Is it copied from a known circuit already out there? Did they develop something new? How to wire a standard 5-way switch to do the same switching selections? .