#1
okay im having a lot of difficulty working out how to wire the kit that ive got for my project. i have got a kent armstrong side mount slimbucker for WD music (has two solder terminals) a Seymour Duncan bridge humbucker (four wire setup) and a harness with 1 volume, 1 tone, jack and 3 way selector. but the 3 way selector is quite an odd one so i dont know which terminals that i should attach either of the pickups to.
these are links to all the bits i just mentioned and the diagrams that came with them:
(fig. four is what i have in the first link) http://www.kentarmstrong.com/schematics/KA_Wiring_Instructions.pdf
http://www.guitarandampshop.co.uk/acatalog/Seymour_Duncan_SH-2b_Jazz_model__bridge.html
http://guitarheads.net/products/electronics/wiringtele.html

i just want to know where i should attach the 6 wires that are going to be coming from the two pickups
ANY help would be appreciated, i know the questions quite vague sorry
#2
what is the brand of the switch? if you look up the company sometimes they may have wiring diagrams that are helpful. Also seymour duncan has a great wiring diagram section on their web page.
#3
I guess you need to decide what options you want on your three positions, then you might be able to fathom out how to wire your switch. Is far as I can tell you've got quite a few options to go at. I'm guessing that you'll want positions 1 & 3 to be neck & bridge, humbucking respectively; but because you've got a 4-wire HB there's plenty of stuff you could do in between for position 2. At its simplest it could just be neck + bridge HB, ignoring the coil-tapping options.

I know you're not supposed to post on here and then follow up with, "but I'm not sure," but I am sure that the more details you provide, the better smarter people than me will be able to help you.
#4
i looked at the diagrams from seymour duncan on your advice and they helped quite a lot and i think i may have fathomed it now. thanks
and im not going to try any form of coil tapping cause i know its not going to sound particularily good anyway as this is my first project and ive already had a few tonal problems, so im not going to faff about any more.
the only other thing i was confused about was; after grouding all the necessary wires to the back of the pot, do i then run a ground wire from the pot to the bridge or is that not necessary because theres a ground running to the output jack already?..