Hello, folks! I have a vintage Kent guitar with two single coils, 1v, 1t, and a rotary switch. What I want to do is wiring it for north, south, both, and in series. I'm assuming I need a 2 pole, four position rotary switch. Where can I find a suitable switch and how would I wire this. The single coils are plastic coated (unlike a Tele). I would appreciate your suggestions. Thanks!
Ashcatlt has you on the right track, I was going to point you towards the same diagram but he beat me to it. The wiring is really for a Baja Tele 4-way lever switch, but represented schematically, the two types of switches are identical. In the real, non-schematic world, you'll need to correlate your switch lugs to the diagram, but that's easy enough.
As for the switch, ash is right again, buy the 3-pole one. Digi-Key stocks this 2-pole one, from C&K Components:
But this one is more money than the Alpha and will require a 1/4" flatted knob (i.e., with a "D"-shaped shaft). It will be hard to find that type of knob to match the others on the guitar. Ash's suggested one takes a regular round shaft knob (with a set screw), these are more readily available
If you want all your knobs to match up "real purty", your best bet is not to try to match the V and T knobs to the rotary knob, but to find a correct knob for the rotary and then buy replacement V and T knobs to match it.