I meant move it in the diagram. A push-pull pot has a switch built in to it, you can't physically move the switch separately from the pot. You just have to use a regular pot where the push-pull is, and a push-pull where the regular pot was. Even though the switch is attached to the push-pull pot, there's no electronic connection between them (unless you make one), so the switch itself can be relocated without changing the wiring. If the pots in question are otherwise identical (250K audio taper, for instance) you can just swap the pots.
Sorry for being thick, but I'm not sure I understand where I'm supposed to connect the leads if I switch the position of the regular and push-pull pots. Can someone sketch this out for me? Also, I'd like to use 3 way toggle vs. a tele-style lever switch.
Also, I'd like to use 3 way toggle vs. a tele-style lever switch.
The toggle wiring will differ from the 3-way shown in the diagram. If you are using a Gibson-style toggle, you can wire it just like any LP/SG wiring scheme. That module will "fit" into your scheme in the same place, electrically speaking, that the Tele Switch does in the diagram.
Think of this in a modular fashion, and it will start to make more sense. The push/pull switch for the bridge coil cut is one module, and it attaches at one end to the bridge pickup, and at the other end to the pickup selector switch.
The pickup selector switch is another module; it attaches at one end to the neck pickup and to the bridge p/p switch, and at the other end to the V & T controls.
The V & T controls are another module, which attaches at one end to the pickup selector, and to the output jack at the other.
And, when I say "at the end", I don't mean it attaches physically to the end of the component- I mean electrically, to one or the other end of the signal chain between the various modules and components.