#1
this may sound retarded but... well actually i cant even think the name of it but the little switch thats by the volume knob and tone knobs, which way do you put it for rhythm and which way for treble for a fender strat?
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#2
to the bridge pickup you mean?

you move it downwards, in the direction of the bit where you plug your guitar into the amp
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#3
you move it down for treble?
My Gear:
Squier Stratocaster
Line 6 Spider III 75w
Line 6 FBV Express

Wanted Gear:
Gibson Les Paul
Gibson ES335
Marshall JVM410H
Marshall JCM800
Dunlop Crybaby
#4
It's a pickup switch. It cut and/or passes the signal from the pickups to the amp, depending on the setting.

There is no 'rhythm' or 'treble'; just put the selector in the position that sounds best for what you're playing.
#5
Pickups closer to your guitar bridge create a more treble-ly sound based on the fact that at that point on the string there is less distance to travel for the vibration (what creates the sound) resulting with a much tighter and grainier sound. That, and many of the 'hotter' pickups are placed in the bridge position.
#6
Usually I play my strat in the out of phase position between the neck and the middle. But with the lindy fralin blues specials and a blender pot the good tones are everywhere.
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#7
You should just use what sound best for what you're playing (like mr_hankey said). You're a musician (well, at least I believe you play guitar), use some creativity.
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