- Dec 6, 2006
- South Carolina
The “cut” thing you’re talking about, is that mostly the sound in the upper registers? Like when you’re playing a lick, that’s on the top three strings above the eighth or ninth fret is when that turning up the volume knob really intensifies the sound.Same here. I never felt a treble bleed would be useful for me. I like my guitar to get brighter as I turn it up.
Those who like them often will say they don’t like how they “loose” tone (or treble) when they turn their guitar down. I see it as “gaining” treble and cut when I turn my guitar up.
I also like my volume control to be usable in both directions, rather than have it ONLY cut volume.