Hi, Question concerning guitar wiring. When setting up a tone pot, does it matter which lug the capacitor is connected to? I've bought guitars with variations on this. Some have the cap on the middle lug, some have it on an outer lug. In all cases, the middle lug is in play, either connected to the cap or grounded to the pot shell. Is there any functional difference in these methods, e.g. the pot would work in reverse, the tone would change, etc. I'm wiring a no-name strat up with a 3-way switch blend wiring and am trying to decide on the best wiring arrangement to reduce wire clutter around the pots. I'm trying to resurrect a beater ST-style guitar donated to my church so that it can be used by church members who don't own on or want to learn. No, I'm not a Strat guy. I love Tele. I have my Affinity Tele which is my test bench for learning mods, and I am finalizing my first DIY Tele (Oak-Grigsby, CTS, Switchcraft jack, Tusq nut, Pribora Tele pickups). Thanks in advance. Have learned much on TDPRI in the last two years!