I'm doing a build for a relative who sent me a mess of parts. Telecaster. Lil 59 bridge pickup and vintage Stack neck pickup. He sent a single pull push/pull tone pot. Ok, will split the bridge coils with that. I heard it doesn't work great with the Lil 59, but can't do series/parallel without a double-pole push/pull so might as well try the coil splitting anyways. Also sent a 5-way switch and suggested the Bill Lawrence 5-way Tele circuit. I guess I don't see why this wouldn't work with the VintageStack/Lil59 since it is simply adding a position that adds a high-pass filter (to cut out some low-end) and then does this half-out-of-phase wiring as another position (not in series since series would probably sound like mud)?? https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/22967-mod-garage-the-bill-lawrence-5-way-telecaster-circuit From the diagram-- assuming "white neck/bridge" are hot and black is ground-- it appears Position 1 sends the Neck hot wire to ground, but the "black neck" goes through the 0.01uf cap which goes to the signal. I guess this works as the signal just comes from the other side? Then Position 2 adds the bridge hot to the signal as well. In any case, I'm dealing with 4-conductor pickups (white/red/green/black + ground) and the Bill Lawrence circuit is for 2-conductor (white/black). For the neck, perhaps I assume that I treat Seymour Duncan "black" as the "white neck wire", and the "green" as the "black neck wire"? Thoughts?