I've got a Clement double neck 5-string fretted/fretless, and I'm not totally happy with the wiring layout currently. Right now, the pickups are wired to the two-way switch, and then everything goes through a Nordstrand 3-band eq. So in other words, flipping the switch swaps necks and retains the same setting for pickups and eq. Which works perfectly for the use Tom had in mind when he designed the bass. However, the way I plan on using the bass is for looping, where I'd like to swap and do phrases on each neck, and this means the swap has to be quickly done... I won't have the time to change settings in between the switches. In addition, I feel that the settings I use for fretted are different than for fretless... different pickup blend, different eq settings.... So I'm thinking about how to rewire this from scratch. The idea I'm playing with right now is to have two separate circuits for each neck to separate outputs, and then use a foot switch to jump between necks (or actually have both open). This would allow me to have completely individual settings on both sides. But it would of course also be convenient to have everything onboard with a switch... So you can just plug everything into your amp and go. Any thoughts, idea, experience on this?