After installing a Bartolini I had in my new (really old, I just got it)washburn, I realized I liked the washburn pickup better. The washburn had a really weird volume pot with 6 terminals mounted on the pot. Each pickup part had its own wires; 4 wires total. when I put the bartolini in, I yanked the volume pot, and replaced it with the pot from my retired Yamaha. I realized I wanted the Washburn back, but didn't know how to wire it to that crazy 6tab pot extension. When I test-wired (twisted) in series, then touched one wire to a volume tab (the normal pot from the Yamaha), and the other to the ground, it worked. It worked in any combination of wirings. I'm used to a braided and a copper, not 4 seperate coppers. Does it matter which wires go where? It doesn't seem to. One housing has blue and white, the other one has red and black. Does it matter if the left pickup goes on teh right and the right on teh left? I accidently put it in backwards (with the logoed pickup on the wrong side) and don't want to take it off and do the strings again. Does that matter?