While switching pickups last weekend I completely rewired my SG. Had some problems with the previous wiring and also wanted to learn more about this stuff. I certainly did, having almost no experience with soldering before. Although the wiring did not turn out as neat as I hoped, everything worked afterwards. Today I plugged in again and wasn't able to get any sound from the bridge pickup. So I got my multimeter and tried to figure it out: I set the multimeter to resistance measurement (20k ohm). Putting the multimeter leads to the wires of the bridge pickup I get the correct resistance value of 8 point something. The same with the input lug of the volume knob and its back. But the strange thing is: measuring between the back of the pot and its output lug (the middle one) I get zero, having the knob turned up to 10. I am not sure, but this seems wrong to me. Here is the wiring I used (hopefully Seymour Duncan doensn't mind that I post it here): I should probably mention that I kind of treated the pots not very kindly. I had a cheap soldering iron first that was new but didn't really work very well. In the process of desoldering the pots I heated them way to long. I ordered a better soldering iron before continuing the work which worked way better. But might be that the damage has already been done. The strange thing is that it worked yesterday... Any ideas? Do I need to remove the pot from the circuit to check if it's working?