First of all, thanks for your help in this, I appreciate your knowledge.
Switches have always been something that kind of baffle me, so I'm determined to understand the logic (along with pickup wiring).
Since I'm a huge EMG fan, just about everything I own has EMGs in it, which I can wire up without any problems, it's these variables that get thrown in when dealing with 4 conductor pickups that show my lack of knowledge.
So, if I'm using the Schaller 5-Way Megaswitch, like this (I'll number the lugs to make it easier to reference)
To wire this up, I would attach the following:
LUG 1 - EMPTY
LUG 2 - NECK PICKUP (WHITE)
LUG 3 - OUTPUT TO VOLUME
LUG 4 - GROUND
LUG 5 - NECK PICKUP (GREEN+RED)
LUG 6 - BRIDGE PICKUP (GREEN+RED)
LUG 7 - BRIDGE PICKUP (WHITE)
I would then have the blacks and grounds going to ground.
Should I assume this is correct if I am NOT going to wire it up with the JPM style coil tapping?
What I believe I understand thus far is this should work and then if I want to change what coils are tapped, I would swap the black and white wires, correct?
Should there be any jumps between lugs?? I don't believe so, but I'm not sure.