Hey, Some of you may have seen the build I've been doing for the past couple months, and now that I'm getting toward the completion I realize I can't find a schematic for the wiring set up I'd like. I also don't know enough about wiring and electronics to figure it out myself. I'm hoping someone might be able to help me! I have a Seymour Duncan SMB-4A (MM style) bridge pickup, and a SD Classic Stack (J-style) neck pickup. Both are 4-conductor. So here's what I'd like to do: Each pickup has its own volume and tone. The neck pickup is wired in series (it is a stacked humbucker). The bridge pickup has a mini switch for series/parallel switching. When both pickups are on I'd like them to be whatever they would be on a jazz bass (I can't remember if together they are in series or parallel...) No preamp or anything, and it just goes to a mono jack. Can anyone draw up a schematic I could use for that? Or any advice on what to do? If I go on Duncan's site, I can find things like their wiring set up for 2 of the hum canceling j-style pups with 2 vol's and 1 tone. I can also find a schematic for how to wire a series/parallel switch. The part I don't know is how to wire 2 individual tones instead of one master. Is there maybe a simple explanation on how to do this? Basically, looking at this diagram, what would have to be changed to get individual tones? That might be easier than drawing up a new schematic. http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/schematics.php?schematic=jazz_bass_stacks Thank you!