I'm building a semihollow with two P-90s. I love the "Deaf Eddie" wiring on my Tele and so I'd like to come up with a plan for "Gibson style" wiring that incorporates in/out of phase and series/parallel options. Attached is my first draft. A guy on a different forum roughed out the push-pull stuff and I copied the tone controls from Seymour Duncan. I think I can wire this up and test it outside of the guitar - to save myself the frustration of installing everything in a semihollow and then having to re-do it. But it would be even better if the gurus here at TDPRI could steer me clear of problems ahead of the actual wires and solder stage ;-) ADDED NOTE: I am using shielded wires for all of these that travel between different components and the shields will link all of the grounds. I just didn't draw in all of the ground wires to avoid the diagram getting too messy. I do not have tons of semihollow wiring experience, but my Ibanez Artist is wired that way and it seems like a much more workable option than trying to shield the insides of a hollowbody.