Knowing that it's a vol/tone/tone makes it a bit easier. Do you happen to know the pickups wire idea your using?Thanks for the links I think the two are the same. Anyway, I can try to go with a master vol and tone.
It looks like the white/black are not just tied off like i have them. They are going to the 1st and 3rd lugs from the right on the switch
I believe the green will be subbed for my blue if that makes sense.
I need to get a proper value for my cap(s) I just had a .001uf lying around just to try and get this going.
Thanks again I appreciate the input!
The "bridge ground" in the diagram is just the ground wire that goes to the "bridge" of the guitar, not the bridge pickup. Guitars with a tremolo will often be grounded through the spring claw in the back of the guitar. This is just to keep your bridge/springs/strings from acting like an antenna and picking up electrical noise. The other ground wire that is shown looping to the switch is just to ground out the metal cover on the switch, for the same noise control reasons as the bridge ground. The volume and tone pots will also have grounding wires running to them, then all will be grounded back to the ground of the guitar's jack.Hello and thanks again for responding
For the wire code I went with this ... as attached
In the link diagram you gave it shows the switch having a black lead marked to bridge ground and right below it is another black lead that looks like it is looped back from the switch. Not sure how either of those work or what it means "To bridge ground".
I don't see a lug on the switch that they go to unless they are just going to ground on the switch and they diagrammed it this way because it's too busy of a picture. But, the wire that is looping back to the switch if it was going to ground I would think it would just go to the 5th lug that is gnd lug I believe.
I guess I don't know much