1 Jimbodiddley 1 week ago I'm not a pickup wiring expert by a long shot. I just follow directions and used my barely adequate soldering skills. But I suspect this may be an issue with the treble bleed capacitor. Here's the low-down (I'll add more supporting pics in subsequent posts):Squire Classic Vibe 60s Tele Custom. I added a 4-way wiring harness from StewMac a few years ago. Got the whole assembly pre-wired by them. All good.A few months ago, I installed a set of Lollar pickups (J Street bridge and Royal-T neck). Love them. (Initially i had a problem with humming when I didn't touch the strings. Opened it up and soldered the "shield" wire to back of the tone pot – the wire that's connected to the little tab on the bottom of the pickup cavity. Also checked to see that the ground wire running to the jack was solid. There's also a ground wire connecting to the underside of the bridge plate (soldered also to back of tone pot, iirc). Seems fine now.(Ancillary Q1: Do I need all these grounds? Does it change anything?)Q2: [Main problem] When I roll off the volume, I notice that the treble appears to actually increase - gets thinner - definitely does not get muddier. Why is this happening?From my limited knowledge, I see that there is a treble-bleed cap on the volume pot (as well as a larger cap between the 2 pots. Is this treble-bleed cap not doing its job? Is it doing it too well?One thing I notice: from the StewMac wiring diagram, the treble-bleed cap should have a value of .001uf. The other cap should be .047uf. But looking at the photo of my pots, it looks like the treble-bleed cap is larger that it should be: It says 102k on it. Wouldn't that be .01uf, not .001uf? The other cap seems right (473k). Am I reading these right?So is that maybe what's causing the treble to increase when I turn down the volume? Is the treble-bleed cap too large?I also understand that some people add a resistor to a volume-bleed cap to smooth it out. Is that the solution? Or remove the cap, or change to a different value cap?Any advice, corrections etc are appreciated.