I've got a used Tele here that I'm rehabbing a bit. Its a 60th Anniversary, the one with the blonde thin skin lacquer. When I opened it up I discovered it has a Seymour Duncan Vintage Stack Neck pickup STK-T1N, and a BG-1400 bridge pickup. I might go with more traditional pickups but for now I'm gonna give these a try. I ordered a Mojo Tone standard (3 way) solderless harness and I want to wire the pickups to it. Right now it still has the existing wiring and this is what I see... Neck pickup - in the body cavity there's red/white vinyl wires combined together and taped - white cloth wire to the switch - black cloth wire to the volume pot Bridge pickup - black cloth wire to the body ground - red and white vinyl wires combined together and taped - green vinyl wire to volume - black vinyl wire to switch The existing pots are 500k and there's a 33 cap. The Mojo Tone harness has 250k pots and a 47 cap. Maybe not ideal for the existing pickups but fine for now since I may switch to traditional pickups later. The instructions show the pickup wiring to the Mojo Tone 6 hole harness connection point as... - 1 Neck pickup hot - G neck pickup ground - 2 bridge pickup hot - G bridge pickup ground - 3 input jack hot - G input jack ground And the bridge ground connects to the volume pot via a screw I want to make sure I get this right. Based on the wires coming from the pickuos I outlined above can you confirm where they go on the Mojo Tone connection point?