So, my understanding of things may be incorrect in which case feel free to quickly educate me but here goes... When you have a guitar with a tone pot, even when the tone pot is wide open, it still bleeds some of the treble off the top. In a guitar with no tone knob, you don't have any bleeding (low-pass filtering essentially). Is there a way/part to bleed off just that small amount of high treble in a guitar that came with no tone knob? I'm assuming you can't just use the same capacitor that you would have used had the guitar came with a tone knob so what do you do? I know I could just use EQing to do this probably but I'd really rather normalize/equalize the guitar itself since I have other guitars with tone knobs that bleed the high treble. This way I don't have to have so many guitar-specific changes to my presets and stuff.