I recently picked up a '92 Custom 24. It's beautiful but the neck pickup sounds terrible. I've already messed around with the height and don't believe that's the issue. If I tap the magnets, it's good and loud but I'm wondering if perhaps these weren't stock on this guitar and were maybe wired incorrectly. I pulled them yesterday and they're both Dragon pickups installed in the correct positions in the body. According to the wiring schematic for the 1991-1994 5-way switch, the wires are soldered to the correct terminals on the switch. The schematic only calls out wire colors, not "hot", "split" and "ground". I don't see any obvious shorts. First question: The the Dragons come on the 1992 C24? I ask because the soldering job is pretty sloppy. 2nd question: I know that PRS didn't have identical wire colors for the bridge and neck pickups for the hot, split, ground wires. If these pickups weren't stock, my guess is that someone followed the schematic but in doing so didn't actually wire it correctly. Was PRS consistent in the bridge/neck/split wiring color inconsistency throughout the years? Thanks, Sean edit: I tested resistance across the wires B/W - 7.84 B/R - 3.94 B/Sheath - 0 W/R - 3.93 W/Sheath - 7.84 R/Sheath - 3.94 I assume that Black and the braided sheath are essentially ground, white is hot and red is the split. The hot wire had a few broken strands at the switch so I just pulled, trimmed and reattached it. Had to borrow my wife's reading glasses for that little job. Hopefully that was the problem.