Thanks very much for the useful info. Unfortunately, I read it to late. I completed all the wiring as I explained. Now, I am a first timer, so I wasn't going to be too discouraged if I plugged her up and it didn't go so well and I am glad I had this attitude. I plugged it up and I am having some serious ground issues. It is so bad I'm not sure were to start. I was hoping it would be the ground to the input jack running to the mid tone control, but by your explination, that is no big deal. I was also hoping the off value capacitor may have had something to do with it (don't know why) as I am using .033, but sounds like that isn't that big of a deal either. Since I am getting that horrible buzz, can I assume it is a ground problem and not a hot lead problem? I hope I could at least narrow it down to half of the wires. And as it seems I have my wiring correct, I assume it is a solder joint problem? I had a tough time with the 6 ground wires going on the volume pot from the pickups, that was a little ugly. I could try redoing that one.
One other thing though, if the pot casing isn't touching the shielding, would this give me these issues?
Thanks for any help in advance, maybe not any idiot with a soldering gun can do this stuff.
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