Hi, Been scouring this forum for a couple days and just registered so I could as a question.... (sorry.. typical newbie move, I know) I am a guitar player and just picked up an old Washburn Bass to learn on. (Very excited) It needs some TLC as the wiring needs to be completely re-done. Something I want to do is re-wire the bass to fit my needs a bit more and figured I would do it now while I had it all apart. It is a P-J style (P Pups at Neck, J at Bridge) (I think that is what you call it) It has VVT right now and I want to change things up. Can someone help me with a wiring diagram so I can put in Push/Pull pots to control the PUPs? (I don't want to drill the body to add a switch as there is no pick guard and POTs load in via a cavity in the back) What I want to do is be able to completely shut off the P pups and the J pup so I can run either one or the other only or both. *It would be neat to be able to also utilize the "series/parallel" config that I have been reading in other threads as well* I will have to buy all new components so if you can guide me as to what to buy: Push/Pull POT value for P-Pups (What taper? Audio/Tone) Push/Pull POT value for J-Pup (What taper? Audio/Tone) POT for Tone (What taper? Audio/Tone) Capacitor value? etc. It would be much appreciated. I also need to really understand the exact wiring I need to do in terms of the switch pins and pot leads. Sorry for the newbie stuff.... I tried searching but couldn't find exactly what I was looking for in other threads. Or with a diagram that I could easily follow. Thanks, D.