Been lurking on TB for a number of years and decided to jump in. Big thanks to many folks for the opinions, guidance and sarcasm I've read on here. Almost always my first stop when looking for bass related info. Hope I can give something back at some point. So as I'm cooped up here at home due to the pandemic, I've decided to revamp an old Ibanez GAXB150 I bought at Goodwill for $40. Pickup is dead and needs some fretwork, but generally in good shape. I slapped a jazz bridge coil into it that I had on hand to give it a go. I actually like the feel of it and it sounded pretty good to be honest. So I decided to hot rod this thing. So the goal is to build something fun and decent on a budget. I'll be doing all the work. It's going to passive with 3 pups with multiple switching options. I'm going to bathtub rout the pu area so I'll be able to move stuff around as needed. I'll make a pick guard later when I'm happy with it. Initial stab at wiring is in the enclosed pic. If you are bored at home and want to pass a few minutes, please take a look. I've never done this before, so feel free to tell me things make no sense or any ideas for tweaks. All is appreciated. Full disclosure, I'm an engineer by trade so if it looks overly complicated... guilty as charged. I can solder and do the work, its the finer points of design/implications I'm not as familiar with. Big thanks to Ken Baker at BassesByLeo.com whom I managed to plagiarize the switching ideas from. Everyone stay well!