As a reference:
My Lakland I sold was 2 pup active/passive. With it I had 4 knobs and 1 switch. The switch controlled active passive. The knobs were vol, blend, and 2 concentric knobs: 1 handling treble and bass, the other mid and mid freq.
My Dingwall is 3 pup active/passive with 5 knob 1 switch. The switch is active/passive. I knob is vol, another a rotary pup selector (bridge, bridge middle in series, bridge middle in parallel, and neck), the remaining 3 are treble, middle, bass.
My Stingray is active only with 1 pup. 3 knob. Vol, treble and bass.
Funny, that reminds me of when I was a teenager and saw that poster of Van Halen on stage (I think it was the US Festival) and wondering how those guys could stand right in front of those walls of 4x12s & 1x15s, and not go completely deaf after one show. I was clueless to the fact that they were stage props. In fact I thought they were the PA speakers, and wondered how the vocal mic didn't feed back.