Howdy! This is my first restoration project, and I'm tackling an early 60's Kay K-300. I'm still sourcing a couple parts, the most difficult to find being the bridge piece. I found the string claw and it's on the way right now. The bridge is proving difficult to find though haha The biggest issue I'm having as far as repairs go is the truss rod. It's sunk down into the neck and seems to be hooked on the anchor down in the neck... I figure the best thing to do is going to be to remove the fretboard so I can get at the truss rod and either repair or entirely replace it. The thing that worries me is damaging the original inlays: As far as the wiring goes, this is what I've come up with: 500k pots for tone & volume control, .047uF paper in oil tone caps for tone control and a 3 way rotary switch for pickup selection. I'm pretty sure I'll need to bridge the two pickup inputs to allow for a parallel pickup selection on the last two terminals of the switch. It's gonna be ongoing, most likely take a little while so stop by for (semi)regular updates!