#1
Hey I'm completely new to the world of guitar wiring and I wonder if someone could answer some questions I have regarding coil splitting. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

OK I've looked at the wiring diagrams on the Seymour Duncan site and can't figure out which one I need to use. The guitar is a Les Paul, so it's got 2 humbuckers 2 volumes 2 tones 3 way toggle and all that. I wanna wire it so I can run both humbuckers separately and together, and isolate all 4 individual coils, and possibly run some of those in parallel. Basically, I want to get as many different sounds as possible from the 2 humbuckers with 2 push-pull pots for splitting both buckers (right?)

SD diagrams: http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/

Which wiring diagram should I use to attain this?

Also, I read that I need to use push-pull pots for coil splitting, if I want to avoid drilling holes. Is there a specific pot that I should be looking for that would fit the Les Paul nicely? If so, where can I get one? (I live in Canada BTW)

THANKS IN ADVANCE!
#2
I doubt that you could fit a push pull pot without drilling any holes, but I might be wrong, they are normally around the size of a normal volume or tone pot, the diagram you need is in the humbuckers section, you just need to look for the setup that is on your guitar
#3
you will be able to get the new pots into the old holes no problem. its the depth that will change
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#4
Okaay thanks for clarifying, but which diagram should I follow to be able to use each of the 4 coils by themselves?