So to preface I found this topic from a while back: Squier deluxe Passive Switch I recently acquired a Squire Deluxe Jazz V (Active), and want to remove the slap switch and make it a passive switch instead. I did an alternative wiring based on nthe Two primary reasons: * Not have to unplug my G10 dongle between sessions * Be able to play passively when running out of battery Known limitations: * No controls. None of the knobs/controls will work as they are all connected via the preamp. Possible additional step: * Replace Volume pot with a 500k and wire it after the preamp (with a jumper/fixed value on the preamp volume) to be included in the passive circuit as well. Based on the original schematic in the post above I made this wiring which requires me to replace the DPDT on-on switch for a 3PDT but they are available in the same thread size so should be able to re-use the switch location without issues. Maybe there is some obvious way to get by with using the existing DPDT switch used now for the Slap/mid-scoop feature but I think I will need to switch three leads to get both proper disconnection for both the preamp and the battery. If it was just for emergency passive mode when the battery was depleted it would work fine, but since I want to disconnect preamp In, preamp Out and battery/Ring I believe 3P is the way to go. Any feedback/thoughts/confirmation of the thought process welcome!