#1
Okay, I am a complete nood when it comes to wiring, and pretyt much to electronics, I've used a solder iron before, but that was 5+ years ago now, and it was only abit back then in school.

Anyways, I have ordered some stuff off of guitarfetish for my yamaha build (crunchy PAF for bridge and humbucked size p-90 for the neck)

But now i am wondering how I am going to wire these babies up, especially considering I dont have a clue how to read schematics etc, and never done it before.

I downloaded a sheet off of Seymour Duncan, 2 hums, 1 volume and 1 tone, which is pretty much all I want because its the easiest to do and the pickguard only has 2 holes for the pots (although that could easily be changed) So Iv got this sheet, and im sitting here thinking...crap, how the hell? What do I need?

http://store.guitarfetish.com/fusi50aupoal.html

I know I need two 500k pots, but the one here kinda makes it strictly saying its only for audio, but I didnt know audio and tone pots where different? if so how? what else would I need to wire these two hums up as well? (pots, caps, etc)
#2
Audio taper is what that refers to. Linear taper is the other type.

Both will have the same resistance but affect volume or tone in different ways. I think linear is normally used for volume control and audio for tone.

Read This

EDIT: Sorry, here's the front page to that, I meant to include it. Lots of good wiring diagrams and goodies. Here
Hmmm...I wonder what this button does...
#3
Okay, so according to that site I could use the audio taper for both volume and tone.

So...If im thinking right, all I need to buy is two of them pots, .047 cap and some wire (got the soldering equipment)
#5
Use audio taper for tone and volume.

All you will need is two 500k audio pots, a .047uF cap (preferably Sprague Orange Drop - Ceramics have crap tolerances and can sound harsh) and some wire indeed.
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