#1
My friend just "found" a Rocktile Mockingbird guitar. At first I didn´t really wanted to play it, but I was amazed by the superb neck and lovely look. So I decided to buy it.

Now, I want to change the pickups, and install a killswitch and probably change a few other things (but those are not important here and now) but my main question is:

The guitar only has a volume port and a toggle for the two pickups. Would it be possible to drill enogh wholes and install 3 ports more, one volume and two tone if I get two new pickups? And what kind of pickups would you get to Buckethead kinda hard riffing, like really smooth shredding but punching riffs without too much distortion (have a listen to Lebron by Buckethead to get the idea) under 100$/65€?

I don´t think it has that much space, so would the cables like interact if I put too many in there?
Guitars:
- Gibson SG Standard
- Lag Roxane 500
- Eastwood Hi-Flyer
- Takamine EG523

Amplifiers:
- Jet City JCA50H
- George Dennis 60Watt The Blue Combo
- Marshall SuperBass 100Watt
#2
You have to open the cover of your control cavity to see if there would be space to add the pots and switch you want (you can wire a push-pull pot to act as a killswitch to save space)

and no, the wires wouldn't short out to one another, as long as you don't strip them too far
#3
Gibson's signature Buckethead Les Paul has a 500t in the bridge and a 498 in the neck. If you post pictures of the control cavity we'd know better whether or not you can fit all the wiring. And to make sure I read this right, you want vol and tone for EACH pickup? Like an LP? That may not work since I'd assume this cavity was only routed with enough space for a pot and a toggle. You might be able to use concentric pots.
#4
Hi guys, if you are still there.

The cavity is small, so I decided I only need a tone for each and one volume for both. I think there is space because then I only need to add two tone and the killswitch (the volume is already there).

The cavity is:

4cm x15cm x5cm(deep)
Guitars:
- Gibson SG Standard
- Lag Roxane 500
- Eastwood Hi-Flyer
- Takamine EG523

Amplifiers:
- Jet City JCA50H
- George Dennis 60Watt The Blue Combo
- Marshall SuperBass 100Watt