I have an Epiphone Accubass and I'm replacing all of the electronics. I want to get rid of the pots and only use switches. What is like to do is have a simple on/off switch instead of a volume knob, but I don't want any popping when flipping said switch. And instead of a tone pot, I'd like a two or three position switch that would give me tone at "0", tone at "10", and maybe one position for somewhere between the two. The bass has 500k pots with a .063(I think that's right) cap. With tone on 10, it's a bit harsh, so I was thinking I'd probably wire a 250k resistor to the switch. Which capacitor would I need in order to avoid that harshness? Also, if I did wire another one in for the "in between" setting, what value would I need for that. Wiring diagrams would be very very helpful. As would links to buy the parts, haha. Also, I am changing from the stock pickups to Dimarzio model Ps, if that matters. I just searched for two hours and couldn't find the answers I need. My apologies if they're floating around here somewhere.