Hello everybody! I decided to register since I've been just lurking around the forum for about three years now. So far I've been able to find answers to my questions without starting a new thread but this time I did not. Here's my problem: I have a Squier Classic Vibe Tele that I'd like to upgrade. My local guitar tech already installed Allparts 250K push-push tone pot and replaced the original bridge pickup with SD Lil '59. I really dig the sound of the Lil '59 poles as parallel (that's the way the push-push pot is wired) sound it's pretty close to single coil sound. Anyway now I have one extra actual humbucker-sized '59 four conductor neck pickup and I would like to replace the original neck pickup with it. What I know I need to do is to replace all the pots with 500K pots with push-pull (or push which I find more convenient) pot as the volume pot to be able to switch between series/parallel coils of the both humbuckers (I've noticed I prefer sound of parallel wired humbuckers instead of splitted). I also guess it's better to go with a 22 nF than 47nF cap on no-load tone pot. I would also like add 4-way switch in order to do the ordinary trick. Has any one of you tried that kind of setup before? Is it even possible to wire your tele like this? How did you like it or does the sound of two parallel wired humbuckers in series or parallel sound "unuseful"? Is somebody able to provide me a wiring diagram to accomplish this kind of wiring? I also would prefer having the control plate reversed like this (starting from the neck direction): volume pot, tone pot & 4-way switch. I'm sorry asking for help but this is my first time soldering anything... I know it's not a very typical way to wire your tele but actually I puchased the CV just because I liked the look and the feel (and not to mention it played great). Before replacing the original bridge pickup I kinda grow fond of the sound although I mainly play hard rock with it. This is my only tele and that's why I'd like to be able to get somewhat tele-ish sounds out of it eventhough replacing the single coils with humbucking ones.