Okay so I swapped the wiring harnesses in my SG Standard and SG Special Worn Yellow yesterday. The Standard now has the factory harness that came in the WY guitar and the WY guitar has the custom '50s wired harness that has been in the Standard for the last three years. I had some problems on both of them getting the bridge ground wire to solder on to the back of the pot and while the Standard seems to have come out of it okay I think I have either cooked the neck tone pot on the custom harness or gotten solder in there somewhere where it should be and shorted something out. The pot did get quite hot, into the shaft, but it still turns as per normal and doesn't feel 'crunchy' or 'notchy' When I first plugged it in I was getting a very week signal on the neck pickup, and then a little while later nothing at all. Does this sound like a cooked pot?? The bridge BKP Warpig sounds amazing with the change to the custom harness (and from a 300K to a 500K pot), while the BKP Cold Sweat in the Standard sounds less bright (which in this case is a good thing) although pinch harmonics aren't as strong.