I was looking online for a service diagram that would list the part number for a c. 1993 Ultra or Deluxe bridge assembly when I came across a service diagram for an American Deluxe. @gretev has a thread about the bridge tone pot mod and this drawing shows a setting that selects all three pickups at the same time. I thought this could be interesting if a person were to put two no-load pots in the circuit. Sadly, I'm out of no-load pots in my parts box, but decided to go ahead with the project on my black Strat with CS 69 pickups and a no-load in T2 position and a regular 250k tone pot in T1. Here's the wiring: And here's the switching: So, with the switch on and 5 way in position 4, all three pickups are on And T1&T2 are active. I'll admit I'm not quite clear on exactly which pickups are affected by which tone pots, but suspect T1 is strictly neck and T2 is middle and bridge. Setting T1 to '10' is pretty close to bypassed, but still, I would like to bypass it completely. I still need to take a few minutes to adjust the pup heights for equal amplitude, but even now position 4 gives a very full, rich sound that I am liking. So, out of curiosity, do you guys with the American Deluxes use the "all three pups" position very often?