Hi Ya'll, I haven't been to talkbass in a while. I tried some searches, but didn't find what I'm looking for. So I'm hoping for some wiring help and suggestions. I got an old National Semi Hollow Les Paul bass copy. The electronics barely worked so I ordered some new stuff on a low budget. I ordered the GFS lipstick tube splitable buckers 12k & 9k. I ordered 1 concentric and 4 regular 250k audio taper pots and a .047 cap. My idea was to replace the switch with the concentric as a master vol/tone, use the 4 pots as volume for each coil and wire the 2 inner coils in series and the 2 outer coils in series. I assumed that wiring all 4 coils and all 6 pots in series would create too much mud & resistance? Also I thought one bridge coil 6k and one neck coil 4.5k in series might be a nice medium output 10.5 k. Maybe I'm wrong and should just go parallel? At first I was just gonna do a mini toggle or push pull pots, but somewhere I saw someone suggest volume pots instead of switches for splitting coils, to blend them in. I think I'll mostly just be using the bridge inner coil (middle position like a p-bass) but would like the option to blend in the other coils as needed. I figured series to get maximum punch and mids (I don't like much high end). Any suggestions or wiring diagrams would be appreciated. Thanks everyone and have a great Thanksgiving!