Can anyone tell me where to get info on humbucker coil split pickup wiring? Specifically, I’m fitting a Seymour Duncan little 59 in the bridge and I’d like to have one of the pickups activated by either an s1 switch or a tone knob to blend it in. So with switch disengaged it would be normal sss Strat (position 1 being only one of the bridge humbucker coils split, which of the two would be best to be singled out, the one closer to bridge or to neck?) Engaging the switch (or tone pot blend) would activate the second coil in the neck HB,to be always on regardless of the 5 way selector position: - position 1 is full bridge humbucker (in series, les Paul style) - pos 2 is middle single coil + bridge humbucker two coils (parallel ideally) - pos 3 is middle single coil + bridge one coil - pos 4 is neck, middle and bridge single coils in parallel - pos 5 neck + bridge single coil (tele style) I’m thinking the above give me the best of all worlds. I’m fairly new to all this so I need some clear instructions but haven’t found any out there for this. Any advice on other things like choice of 250k, 500k, or 300k, no tone pots, or TBX would also be appreciated. Another thing: I've noticed the volume pot works a bit funny. At 1-3 it's off, then it suddenly jumps to mid-point volume and slowly moves up in volume to 10. Not sure if it's bad wiring, bad pot, or purposefully done that way. I've read about the differences between linear and logarithmic vol pots but this seems extreme. So whatever option I go for. I’d like to change the volume pot for sure to a normal logarithmic one, which I’m more accustomed to. I attach pics of my current wiring and pots. It’s a MIM Strat with Texas Blues in middle and neck, and Irongear Texas Loco on bridge. I haven’t installed the SD lil 59 or any other switch Thoughts, comments? Is this possible, is there a better way?