Hey guys, I have been learning on my own how to do soldering because I am experimenting with different sounds and might need to go through a few pickups to find what I like. I decided to learn since I think it is a bit much to pay somebody $75 for replacing the pickups in a guitar when I can do it and it is fairly straight forward since I am not dealing with any advanced wiring (Coil taps, Kill Switches, Etc.) So I know how the wiring works for a toggle switch while spending 15 minutes looking at my jackson's wiring and was like "Yeah this seems to be pretty straight forward" and I thought well if I can understand that in as little amount as time for that it should be easier on a 3 way switch or 5 way. So wrong I popped off the hood of my schecter since I didn't want to bother with the pickguard on my strat and was looking at it in confusion not know where to start and then ended up just now having a precedent of me believing that I should do any soldering inside guitars with that switch since I do not understand how to wire up the switch and such. So can someone please just run down through the basics of how to solder one and what each little notch is for? I would like to learn and am curious on how it works since I might want to change the bridge pickup in my strat. Also I will probably start threads later on asking about other wirings for other advanced stuff (at least to me ATM) Anyways thanks for reading and any help is appreciated!