Uh oh, this may be getting into dangerous territory... this isn't a bass question, its for my guitar. Adding a Seymour Duncan SD-1 mini humbucker to my G&L ASAT (Tele clone) neck. The SD wants a 500k ohm load to not sound muddy, but the bridge needs 250k ohm to not be too bright. Guitar has 1 vol, 1 ton, 3 way switch. Do I need to consider the tone pot ohms in the following plan? One solution I found out on the web was putting in a 500k ohm volume pot for the humbucker, then running a 470k ohm resistor between the bridge pup hot and ground, to reduce the ohms for the bridge only to around 250k. But I wasn't sure if the tone pot would have an affect. Reading a bit more its sounding like if I had a 500k vol and 250k ton, the total load would be 375k, right in the middle. But could I then, instead, replace both vol and ton with 500k, and run that resistor on the bridge pup's hot line (470k to cut it in half) then I'd essentially have the bright 500k effect on the HB and darker 250k effect on the bridge single coil. Is that right? Hopefully picking up parts tonight, so any help today is much appreciated!