Hello everyone! I’m starting a new request here, on this one, Because I feel I’ll be cluttering up existing posts elsewhere otherwise I’ve put together a 50s style PBase with a single coil pick up in the middle and decided to make the tone control more useful by trying out a second pick up in the neck as I had one lying about and I had already removed some of the wood below the pickguard to minimise weight so, “why not?!“ I’ve never been able to feel comfortable with blend controls because it seems that when you pan to the bridge pick up it goes the opposite direction to what would be a darkest tone on a regular tone control and vice versa IMO I tried this wiring, here: Rotary switch for you series/parallel guys!! ...& felt real happy with the tones provided HOWEVER -on stage especially- It just feels so counterintuitive to me to twist the tone ‘up’ towards the floor and get a darker sound and then turning the tone knob ‘down’, as it were and getting a brighter sound it’s just plain weird to me! I’ve tried various ways of wiring this but I don’t seem to ever get it right… I associate series wiring with a darker sound and I associate neck pickups with a darker sound so I’d like those tones to be found when the “tone knob“ is turned towards the ceiling I think of parallel wiring and bridge pickups with a brighter or thinner sound and I’d like to turn the “tone knob“ towards the floor to get those Does anyone out there have any ideas, please, as solo bridge and solo neck pickup sounds are important to me as is parallel sounds and the series (at least when it comes to single coil only on a bass) is really useful too but I’d just like a way of getting those 4 sounds in a more intuitive location on a four position rotary switch Thanks in Advance!