Alright, I finally after much procrastination opened up my Peavey T-40. 30 screws down and I crack it open to find... I forgot how to do this. I looked around and I've got a pretty good idea of what's up. This stuff is actually fairly self explainitory, at least the basics. I found where the "repair guy" disconnected the neck pickup. Leaving only the bridge. I was wondering if anyone knew the schematics of the Peavey T-40. I went on the website, but got the run around, I'd have to sign up to their forum. Also, there is a mystery toggle switch that doesn't seem to do anything. The ground his run through it, but that's about it. I know little of wiring so this is my guess/question. Does this disconnect the ground killing the signal? I mean, ideally does a toggle switch by disconnecting the ground giving silence? I'm going to try getting this thing working great, then I'm going to "freshen up" the wiring. (This thing was made in 79) And there is some slightly corroded looking wires in there. I didn't know where to put this: I hope this is OK. I didn't want to put it in "Basses" because it would just get buried.