Hi, Short version: Does anyone have good close-up pics of the wiring of their El Toro that they'd be willing to share with me? Longer version: I recently picked up an El Toro. Love the bass. I'm pretty unhappy with the seller at the moment, but that's a different story... I'm trying to undo some messed up wiring in order to get the series mode switch working. I have the wiring diagram from bassesbyleo: https://www.bassesbyleo.com/paul/g&l_bbe_wiring_diagrams/basses/el_toro_wiring_diagram.jpg I've now got everything wired per the diagram. I've checked every connection (all switches, pots, etc.) to verify that it matches the diagram, but a new problem cropped up. The problem is that the treble control is now acting as a volume control. I can't see any reason why it should- it's got a treble bleed cap on one leg of the pot and the wiper goes to ground. There's not much to it. The third leg of the treble pot goes to the preamp. Unless the cap shorted internally there's no reason why this should happen. I can test the cap tonight, anyway. As I was trying to figure out the problem I looked at the schematic: https://www.bassesbyleo.com/paul/g&l_bbe_wiring_diagrams/basses/el_toro_schem.jpg Although this doesn't explain my problem, I noticed a difference between the schematic and the wiring diagram. If you're wiring savvy, take a look at the way the bass pot is shown on the schematic vs. on the wiring diagram. They appear to disagree. Feel free to tell me I'm crazy if I'm mistaken. Anyway, I don't think that's the source of my problem. I'm just sharing what I've stumbled across as I try to fix this thing. Back to my original request: Does some kind person out there have good clear pics of an El Toro's wiring? I found one pic on BABP from years ago (which, coincidentally, mentioned a mistake in the schematic which appears to have been corrected). HALP! Thank you!