Well I am certain I am not the first one to fit the Jerry Tiger wiring (as uncovered by Waldo) into a standard route Fender Stratocaster, but boy am I pleased I finally finished the full measure and squeezed it into my Strat
[w/ swimming pool route; but I didnt use the pool so single coil route is possible too]. So anyone wondering if its possible without extra routing it definitely is, at least with Wald's small size TPC buffer. I only had to drill 4-6 holes to accomodate the long humbucker mounting screws. Actually I have quite a bit of extra wire length I had to stuff in there or there woulda been more room. I only used 1 push/pull which I wired to split both Super2's (wired so pull up position is humbuckers since I plan on using SC more often), I dont think another push/pull would have left enough room to stuff the 9V and buffer in the control cavity. I actually still have to put the neck back on the guitar and string it up before I can actually play it, all looks well though.....but....
I was suprised to find the DCR at output jack is identical no matter which pickup combination I select (about 7.10 ohms). I am guessing this is due to the Wald buffer installed, but could someone confirm this is normal/ok?
I have 2x Super2's and an SDS-1 in the neck. I chose a smaller tone cap for the neck bc I found the SDS-1 in regular neck position of Strat (further back than on Tiger) to be too dark in an earlier incarnation (500k pot and .2 cap). I used a 680p only bc that is all I had laying around, probably end up switching that out for a larger cap eventually (.01uF on the way; 250k AB type J pot there now).
So here's to some of the best folks you will ever meet, the wise men of rukind, spreading joy and good tone to venues and basements near you.