Hey all! New to this site but I’m so glad (and relived) there’s an active community of folks to help one another. (if there’s another thread or this is in the wrong place, sorry!) With the slowdown since March, I decided to start tinkering on an old Lyon by Washbrn S style I bought about 15 years ago. I have some other guitars I use and this one has just been collecting dust, so why not give myself a canvas I don’t mind making mistakes on. After doing some other work, I turned to the electronics and bought a SD hot rails (used) for the bridge to avoid cutting the pick guard. Soldered it in, plugged it up, and it had a fraction the output I was expecting. The two ancient MiC Singles in the neck and middle were much louder, but when I switched to the bridge it just lost it. Connected the hot rails to my multimeter (bl & gr) and I’m getting about 7.4k when I should be getting about 15-16k if I remember/understood correctly. I’ve been scouring the net to find if I’m missing something, if I did something wrong, and I’m trying hard not to jump to the conclusion that the pup is busted. So, am I missing something? Are there other tests I should do? I was reading somewhere that the selector could be the culprit, but I keep going back to wondering if the pup is the weak link. Thoughts? thanks for your help!