The diagram you posted last is the exact thing I have right now, though I'm not sure about the treble bleed, I sure don't hear any effect of that one. On closing the pot sound gets muddy for sure, so there is no treble bleed. RG it is, '93. RG470. I'll try to find out about that.
This diagram shows what I have now and I need the neck to be split in position 5 - using the push/pull pot on volume. The treble bleed also needs to be on volume. So only thing is the the coil split on 5th.
Thanks for getting into this :-)
I'm having some trouble with finding the exact diagram but I have found one that shows the splitted neck humbucker and the pot which is enough to start on.
And, no, I won't be able to solder anything for maybe even a month, I'm waiting for the treble bleed modules to arrive, the Strat is waiting for it too
Look at this. Treble bleed!?!?
The '94. RG470 wiring
My friend worked on soldering the Evos so I haven't seen it, strange, and sure don't hear it...
Maybe over 200EUR spent on new set of PUPs sounds a bit too much for a cheap RG (as far as I know the guitar is about 500-600$ max in the US), but I love it, the neck is JUST FANTASTIC. If I ever order a custom made guitar (I've been thinking about it for some time), it will absolutely have the neck made using this one's exact specs. Taking from quite an experience too, I used to work at the guitar shop, played some Jems, J Customs, modern Prestige RGs... man that neck :-)... Had to have it.