1 michael haddad 6 years ago I have a Setzer SLVO with typical 6120 Filtertron tone-switch setup. Im not crazy about the tone-switch concept, although I work around it. I've got a fondness as some do here, for the Gibson style tone-pot-for-each-pickup setup. I like the broader range of tone-shaping available. It also seems much easier for me to get a guitar in sync with a particular amp (ie, with little to no amp tweaking) with a tone-pot. The tone-switch is a bit awkward and quirky for me. However, I do love the Gretsch style master volume setup, and almost NEVER adjust the individual pickup volumes. So my question is this: how difficult would it be to convert my two unused, individual pickup volume controls into tone-pots? Has anyone done this before? With this particular style wiring harness, would it simply be a matter of adding a cap of some kind to each pot? If so, what value cap? I'm assuming the stock pots are linear taper. Would I want/need to replace these with audio taper pots? Can these two pots be worked on fairly easily without pulling out the entire wiring harness? Thanks for any help.