I did it last weekend. Well, I have to say that the guitar got some more punch and volume and it felt like the blanket was off the amp again.
The middle position on the switch sounds warm and balanced. A hint of to much bass in it, but ok.
Neck is still a little dull, and too bassy on high volume in a rehearsal room.
Bridge (humbucker) was wery nasal sounding. Like a wah in fixed position. Wery much like my Jazzmaster at bridge position, but a little more of it. Cool, but maybe not useful.
I don´t know yet. I have to use it together with my band tomorrow and try it out live. But I think that im on to something.
One thing I noticed was that one of the .047 caps leg was loose where it would be soldered to the pot leg. That can have something to do with the tone that I was missing.
Anyway, I have to try some more. I read that the fifth know download the whole wiring a bit, and maybe take that one out will make things better. Another tip was to solder the hot wires from the mic to the inner leg on the switch instead. When soldered as original there was a constant loas as well in all positions.
But I don´t know much about electronics and only use my ears. So if anyone have some experience with this - please tell me about it.
Edit: Something just crossed my mind. Maybe coilsplit the HB and blend in HB thru the fifth knob...