Here’s an easy way to switch between the ‘split’ and ‘spread’ modes on our hexaphonic pickups, using a DPDT switch.
The E&D strings are wired in series, as are the G&e strings, observing polarity. The negative sides of these pairs are wired to the sleeve(s), and the positive ends of these are connected to a double pole, double throw switch as shown.
The B and A strings are wired between the switch and the two outputs. Flicking the switch then routes the E and D to either the B or the A string, and so on.
This is ideal for a tip-ring-sleeve stereo output jack. If using two mono jacks then the sleeves of these should be connected together, and to ground.