hey guys I got a big problem. I have this guitar to wire but for some stupid reason it ain't working. I think its a grounding problem. Usually I'm used to simple wiring and most of the time i'm succesful but this is a different beast. Two humbuckers, both have mini switches to split the coils. I have established that separately both pickups work with the mini switches wired to a volume and a input. So the hot lead wire has signal. My problem is when both pickups are wired and i have two volume, two tone and a selector switch. So what I have is this bridge pickup----selector switch----volume to tone connected by the capacitor, tone pot is also connected to itself (from the third connector to the back of the pot). The volume is also connected straight to the pickup selector. neck pickup------selector switch----volume to tone connected by the capacitor, tone pot is also connected to itself (from the third connector to the back of the pot). The volume is also connected straight to the pickup selector. From the pickup selector a wire goes to the input. So far there is the ground from bridge going to the back of the bridge volume. The bridge volume is then connected to the back of the neck volume and then that is connected to the pickup selector. The sleeve of the input is wired to the back of the bridge tone pot. What am I doing wrong here? When I put it in the guitar I get a nasty hum and everything gets a signal, (tap the volumes tap the pickups it makes a sound on the amp). Or I touch the selector switch and it gets no sound at all. I'm trying to learn how to wire properly so doing stuff like this and finding solutions helps to my education. Thanks! Also please note I don't have a good camera, so If I upload pictures they come out unclear. Here are some anyways.