ok, can anybody here with any of the above mentioned basses or with any knowledge of said instruments let me know how the pickups are wired. obviously, a stingray's p/up's stock wired parallel. and the sterling has the 3-way switch for series/parallel/single. i'm more interested in the original sabre wiring setup than the later 5-way strat-type switch models. and with the bongo, the only info i can find is that the p/ups are both wired parallel with a blend knob. i did find(thanks to a thread here, that i've since lost track of...) a set of bartolini wiring diagrams that included a dualHB with 3-way switch diag that would be- outer coils/inner coils/both pickups that i'd assume that the setting for both humbuckers full on would be a bongo-style dual parallel setting. anybody have any idea what having a V/V/EQ jazz style wiring with each p/ups wired series would sound like? like a "jazz on steroids" or something similar? i'm about to go the final step in my marcus/sabre mod and route for the neck p/u either later tonight or tomorrow afternoon. just trying to decide on how i want to handle the wiring and the positioning of the neck p/u. my three choices for the position of the neckHB are: bridge coil where the jazz neck p/up is(more like a sabre), neck coil where the jazz p/up is(L-2000 style setup), or right in between with the center of the two coils right where the coils of the jazz p/up is. of course if anyone can point me towards a j-p/up sized dual-coil HB so i don't have to do the additional routing, it'd be greatly appreciated. like the Duncan hot-stack neck maybe??? but yeah, either way i go with the pickups, any wiring diagrams and advice would be greatly appreciated.