It's almost time to start building my Scott Walker guitar, so I'm thinking about wiring ...
As I've posted before, I want to combine the flexibility of a Les Paul bridge-neck system with the convenience of the Strat-style wiring. The goal is to have independent volume and tone on neck and bridge pickups, so it can be set clean on the neck and flipped over for serious overdrive on the bridge pickup, something that works terrifically on the AxeFX when you're playing some of the higher gain amp models, like the Dumble or Trainwreck, etc.
I would have a Super II in the middle, and probably some sort of PAF-style pickups at neck and bridge.
I was looking at Weir's Cowboy guitar, and it occurred to me that it might be interesting to do three smaller knobs as volumes for each individual pickup, then have the larger knobs be a master volume, bridge-middle tone and neck tone. I also want to put in the OBEL, and a Waldo buffer, but have it be bypassable. Wire all three pickups to a 5-way switch; two toggles for single-coil or double-coil (gang the neck and bridge), toggle for the effects loop and toggle to bypass the buffer.
Does that sound feasible?