Help me out folks, if you would . I'm a repair guy but using the Lawrence Wilde Strat pickups in a weird little custom guitar has me perplexed . What I have is a mini guitar with an L280 and L290. The owner wants parallel and series , so I opted for a 4 way blade switch. Found a diagram on the SD site and used that . That diagram is for a Tele with stacked HB's . Has you lift the ground from the cover . No cover on the 280 so I ran the blue drain wire in the usual manner I would run the cover lead and its functioning . The bridge pickup on the other hand is not . I should clarify by saying that its on , but there isn't really a tonal shift happening. Think the switching is somehow incorrect. Is there something about this I'm missing ? I tied the Blue and Black together as common ground on the 290 and ran Red as Hot. Some quirk that does not allow 4 way switching with the BL noiseless pickups. Should I not sum the blue and black on the 290 ? The 280 is BK,Wh, Blu. The 290 is Rd, BK, Blu. The BL site seems to indicate that the Blue wire is drain and the 290 has red as hot while the 280 has white as hot . Slightly flummoxed . Please pardon my electronic obtuseness . I'm a wood worker. If anyone can refer me to other wiring diagrams apart from the SD , I would appreciate it.