Im starting to stockpile parts for my next project. my first project was fairly simple and second project was just a very simple rewire. Im looking to take a baby step up on the complexity scale. I want two humbuckers, 3 way switch, a tone, a bass cut (these two stacked on one of those double pots) a master volume and a push pull. Im not sure what to do with the push pull but i have one sitting around and would like to make good use of it. I know how to wire the above mentioned minus the push pull.
this finally brings me to my question. in this diagram: www.seymourduncan.com/support/schematics/2h_1v_1t_3w_1pp.html what is the push pull doing? im such a noob, i just dont know by looking at it and i dont know where to look to figure it out. could someone tell me what it does or point me to an article that would explain this?
on the bright side, i do understand why the grounding on this isnt right.
im not sure how to do it now. but the responce im looking for is: I like (insert setup here) better than (insert other setip here) because the tone has (insert what you like about the tone qualities.)
this wiring thing doesnt come easy to me and im sure my posts are frustrating for all the people here that know what they are doing. this is why i have been doing some reading outside of here. its starting to make sence. thank you Chris K for putting up with what probably are VERY beginner questions