I have the Chris Stapleton signature that I got in a trade a year ago. It’s got a really nice tone but it tends to be a bit muddy in a particular mid frequency range. Usually I tend to play it with the tone knob at around 7 (13-14 o’clock) and each time I up the knob I find it adds treble but does not cure that midrange mud. In fact it becomes even muddier to my ears. But today I counterintuitively turned down the tone knob quite low at 4 (10 o’clock): surely it warms up the tone in the higher frequencies, but it also seems to open up the midrange. Don’t know what it does, but it sounds to me like it scoops the mids a bit, or at least swifts the emphasis on different mid frequencies. I can’t really describe it accurately, but it’s as if the tone became less crowded and clearer. Is it just my imagination or does it make sense to you who know how this single tone control works on that circuit?