Originally Posted by mrstrat
A friend did this for me. Can anyone tell me if it's write?
Putting 200k across the 'porridge' (Poridge sic) drops the load of the vol pot roughly in half, this will cut the treble and allow the porridge to be thicker.
Then the 300/400nF treble bleed cap and 80k resistor (optional bypass) are trying to bring the treble back up.
It looks too complicated to me. I reckon it will go all lumpy with too much treacle. It needs to be salted. I would go back to stock wiring but maybe put a 200pF cap where the 200k fixed resistor is to strain the treble out of the porridge only.