You know what I don't like about that? When I'm playing with the tone control down for jazzy runs, it screws with the sound. What it's actually doing is reducing the bass frequencies before it reduces the treble frequencies. And at the same time, you're reducing those frequencies at the tone pot. So instead of being deep and fat, its more midrangey when you have the tone down and the volume at say, half. Since athlon is a "volume pot" guy, I just thought it should be pointed out. Plus, I don't like it for volume swells either. Instead of the notes fading in with a "wow" sound, they fade in with sort of a "zing" sound. Hey I just had an idea for a stacked tone pot. I have one here with a center detent, and I think I could wire it up so in the middle, tone was at "10" and HPF was disengaged. From center up would engage the HPF, and from center down would be the tone pot. So if you had the tone down the HPF is disengaged.