I hope this is the right place for this question. I’ve searched all over the internet and I’ve found some info on similar situations, but nothing exactly like what I need, and I just can’t seem to understand what I need to do. I’m about to rewire my board, and I need an insert point in the middle of the signal chain for a volume pedal offboard (because I’m using the same board for guitar and pedal steel). I want the signal to automatically pass through when nothing is plugged into these jacks. I believe what I need is called “switching jacks”, but I don’t know how to wire them. I also want a master input and output jack on the side of the board, and I’m assuming I just need regular TS jacks for that. For ALL of these (in from guitar, out to amp, send to volume pedal, and return from volume pedal) I would prefer to hard wire them to the cable rather than have a dual sided jack thing. So my questions are, how to wire the switching jacks to be “full-normalled” (am I using that term correctly). And do I need to wire any of those jacks to a ground point (the board itself is all wood)? And am I better off using enclosed or open frame jacks? Any advice is greatly appreciated!