As you know, I'm a proud new member here.
I am hoping someone would be so kind as to help me figure out some wiring strategy for the following setup:
I have a SSH body. I will FR it with a GFS trem, which I hope is good cause it required some serious work. The pickups I plan on using are a GFS single-sized rail in the neck, a great Ironstone in the middle and probably an old unidentified Seymour Duncan in the bridge.
No the tricky stuff: I plan on having a master volume and a master tone. Furthermore, I will have a three-way switch and two mini switches. This may seem odd, but it gets funkier. The 3-way should select basically neck-middle-bridge, no intermediate position. I will be needing a coil tap, which could be done with the mini-switch or a push-pull pot; my idea here is the be able to split the neck PU without splitting the bridge or splitting both. It would also be cool to have a phase-reverse or a series-parallel, which could also be done hopefully with the second switch. It might also be cool to have a way of combining 2 PU like with a 5way selector for instance, but I don't know. (otherwise the 3-way could be use normally, to select neck-neck+bridge-bridge and some switch could be used to activate the middle pup and bypass the others).
I am generally not into complicated stuff. I rarely use middle pups, if only to get a nice clean sound or a lighter distorted one. And I never muck around with the tone pot.
Now here is the idea: is the mess described above feasible? If so, (and here's the biggy), could someone draw out a schematic for it? I am capable of doing basic soldering things but have no real understanding of electronics so am unable of figuring it out by myself.
Sorry for the mindf**k
Totally doable. I can whip something up (this is all pretty easy, really) in a few hours when I get home.