im attempting to do a little tone shaping, so my EQ isnt overwhelmingly low end. i seem to have a sweet spot where it sounds great, and i can cut lows from about the last qrtr turn of my tone pot. but anything below that, as far as rolling off high end (which also boosts the low end somewhat) gets muddy quickly. i switched to a linear pot last night, and this is what im getting. it was even worse with an audio taper pot. mind you, im not complaining about the taper, so much as the sudden woof of low end. just trying to get more useful tone control from the sweet spot down. there are several ways to do it, and i was thinning the coupling cap, and thinning the bypass cap on the cathode... then i thought of this. will this work? where i have it? how will it effect the EQ? -or should it?