I have a blend knob on my bass, but to my ears they always sound like a switch. I don't hear a real difference at the in between settings, so it's either neck, middle, or bridge. I was debating replacing it with an actual switch when a fellow TB'er suggested a "blend switch". Here's what he suggested: There is another option. A blend switch. I've wired these several times for myself and for customers. A 2 pole, 5 or 6 throw rotary switch is ideal. Typically you'd have it arranged like a blend control with bridge solo, then clockwise through 3 or 4 different blends and then neck solo. It works much like an MN blend with the earth lifted, but of course there's no tweaking, you just switch straight to the blend you want. You can even have trim pots instead of fixed resistors. But I've also had a few variations on this. My favourite, in a customer's warwick thumb years ago, was a 3 pole, 4 throw switch that had resistors to set two favourite blends, neck pickup solo, then both on full with no resistors. She could flick straight to four nice usable different sounds that were all the same volume. I PM'd him about it and haven't gotten a response (no problem, people are busy), so I put it to you - how would I do this? I ordered a two pole, six position rotary switch. I figure pole one will be neck and two will be bridge. Position one will be neck only, three will be both, and six will be bridge only, with wires running from those lugs to a single one that will go to the volume. What about the other positions? How do I wire resistors to simulate 100% neck with 75% or 50% bridge, etc.? I don't know that much about how resistors work. What value of resistors do I need? Thanks for any help you can give me!