Me, I know a lot about music theory, got enough technique to get away with most things, but know absolutely nothing about how my basses work So - Here's the wiring schematic of my delightful Dearmond/Guild Starfire bass (2 x vol/2 x tone/3 position selector): http://www.dearmondguitars.com/pdfs/...ng_Diagram.pdf (*Late edit: WORKING link 1/2 way down this page) And here's my question: When I engage both bridge and neck pickups (middle selector position) and turn both volume knobs to 10 I can clearly hear the tonal characteristics of each pickup, combined. But if I turn down one or other vol knob below 8 I only hear the characteristics of whichever pickup I've left on 10. So engaging both pickups, with the neck vol on 10 and the bridge below 8, I only hear the neck pickup, and vice versa. This makes some sense to me, so I guess all is functioning as it should (is it?), but… Is it possible to re-wire my bass (= get someone who knows what they're doing to re-wire my bass) so that I get a gradual blend of pickups - from the bridge volume on '1' with neck volume on '10' (and vice versa) and all points in-between - as with active circuits? If that is possible, I have a supplementary question: I'm considering installing a tonestyler or two. Am I right in thinking that there'd be little point in having 2 tonestylers with my bass wired as it is (I do use all 3 pickup selector positions)? If I did re-wire for full pickup pan/blend would I get a whole bunch of subtle, graduated tones from 2 Tonestylers in combination with all sorts of different pickup blends? Or would one 'overall' Tonestyler give me just as much variation? Hope that makes sense!