Hi, I've modified an old Axl Strat to make a bass/guitar, there's a more detailed explanantion here. https://www.tdpri.com/threads/3-way-switching-to-two-outputs.999240/ And I got the concept from this really great thread by littlebadboy https://www.tdpri.com/threads/playi...s-on-one-same-guitar-at-the-same-time.964186/ The guitar still works as a 3 pickup hsh strat, with a volume control and no tone, then there's a separate circuit with a two pole pickup just on the E & A strings. This is then sent to an octave pedal and into a separate bass amp. I've also added on/off switches to both circuits. The bridge is blocked, with 5 springs left on. I've been wondering about adding to the bass circuit. Firstly, I was wondering about the vintage dark wiring from the early teles. Essentially just fitting the cap between the pickup and the volume. Does anyone know what size cap would be best, and if it would work into the octave pedal? I would also ideally like to fit an octave circuit into the guitar itself, using the whammy bar route on the back. Does anyone know if a simple circuit to create or am I going to be better buying a nano pedal and taking to to pieces? Lastly. I'm thinking of upping the E & A string gauges. Currently, it's strung with 10s, so they're 46 & 36. I was thinking of going for 66 & 46, but I'm worried about it affecting the guitar tone at the same time. Has anyone got any experience with this level of skinny top/heavy bottom?