#1
Does that mean the tone is at 10? Please forgive me for not knowing, but more often than not my tone is maxed out. So if there's no tone does that mean it's at like a 10, 5, or 0? Basically does a tone knob being at 10 mean it's giving you a treble boost or is that just maxed? The electronics are active, specifically on the Jackson Matt Tuck Signature model.
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#2
Yes, it means the tone is at 10 maybe slightly higher because it has no resistance from the pot at all.
#3
Faaaantastic.=D Thanks for the help.
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#4
yeah it's like the tone is at 11 as mhanbury2 said.
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#5
Here's something interesting. You can get active preamps that put what we hear at "10" down at "5". Anything above 5 is boosted (up to 15 dB), anything below is actively cut up to 15 dB. Some of these preamps come with both treble AND bass controls.