Hi there guys, a while ago I asked about what wood you'd prefer for a new Tele I was going to build (well, more like assemble, as I don't have the place to make guitars from scratch. I need to get body and neck made by someone). Here's the old thread: http://www.tdpri.com/threads/help-with-choice-of-wood.823491/ Oh and the body can be seen in my sig pic. Anyway, I went with a thinline with Walnut body and Rosewood top, which looks lovely. Also got myself a rosewood neck, something I always wanted Now the guitar is almost finished (only a year later ), all that's left is decide on what wiring I'd like. There's a Seymour Duncan SH-2 Jazz in the neck position and a SD STK-T3B (noisless stack design) at the bridge. Apparently both can be split. Aaaanyway, I'm not after ultimate flexibility, so I was first going for a standard 3 way switch like in any other Tele. But given that especially the SH-2 could be useful in split mode, I'm now thinking maybe a 4-way switch could be cool, with the split on the 4th (nearest to the neck) position. Do any of you have an idea how this can be achieved? I checked SDs wiring diagrams, but couldn't find what I am looking for. Chances are I'm too dumb, but the fact remains that I don't have a wiring diagram for this kind of wiring. Can anybody help? And yes, I WILL post a picture of the guitar! Thanks, folks! Highly appreciated!