I'm a man with a Gretsch 5622 and hopefully good taste in guitars. For the past couple years since I've had my Gretsch I've been coming to gretsch-talk to learn more about a myriad of all things Gretsch. Ever since my early 20's I've dreamed of owning a Gretsch. It only took about 25 years to get there, but better late to the show than never. I'd love to post a pic of my Rosa Red triple pickup beauty and introduce her as well, but she's currently at a friend's awaiting a pickup change up. I decided to go with TV Jones, a Supertron in the neck, a Classic in the middle, and a Classic Plus in the bridge. Also swapping in a roller bridge for the Bigsby and a bone nut. Then I got into different wiring possibilities for the 3 pickups and found a thread here on the 5622 where someone wrote: "You may want to use hcsterg's wiring schematic, it adds flexibility to the middle pickup and, I believe, removes the issue where turning down the volume of any one pickup mutes the guitar." This is what I would love to be able to do with my 5622, but I'm not sure how to do this - like 50s wiring for a Gibson, isolating the volume pots from directly interacting together. Unfortunately, hcsterg's wiring schematic diagram is no longer available on gretsch-talk. So, I joined gretsch-talk today and just messaged him to see if he still had the schematic and could help me out. If anyone else wants to chime in on wiring the 5622 that'd be great. I mostly play my Gretsch through a Vox AC15 HW1X with an alnico blue and also with a 212 cab that has 1970 pulsonic greenbacks in it that sound great with the blue and on their own too. Looking forward to meeting more Gretsch aficionados!