Hi folks...really need help from you experts!! Tryin' to finish up a tele project with a basswood body, maple neck/rosewood fingerboard, & the following pickup specs. Anybody have suggestions for volume & tone pots?!? ...250K vs. 500K, linear vs. tapered pots?!? I realize that this is very subjective, but suggestions would be REALLY appreciated!!! Thanks EVERYONE!!! Pickups: Holding to the vintage specs, the pickups are wound with Formvar not enamel wire. "The GVT-1 neck or rhythm pickup is warm, dry and smooth just like the original. Wound with Formvar 43 to get a nice round not muddy tone and a full 7.5K output. Staggered pole pieces, chrome plated brass cover plate and cloth wires maintain the vintage design. You can expect clear natural highs with a great full bodied tight tone giving you a solid rhythm tone. The GVT-1 bridge or lead pickup is overwound with #42 Formvar giving it growling vintage tone and hot 9.0K output. Great bottom end punch and powerful mids! Staggered pole pieces at a specific height provides the classic "tele twang" tone. The use of Alnico 5 magnets add to the overall dynamics with a vibrant low end, bright clear highs and just the right amount of "bite"! The pickup is potted in a special ratio of bee and parafin wax to eliminate microphonic noise." Please note that the set is calibrated with a RWRP (Reverse Wound Reverse Polarity) for hum cancellation.