Anybody using these? What values have you found useful?
I've been tinkering around the stew mac version, 150K-ohm in parallel with a .001uF capacitor, on a les paul type and find it very useful.
I have always run my amps a little hot on the high end and just backed off the guitar tone to keep a little boost to compensate for the dullness when rolling the guitar volume back to clean it up. The bleed circuit is much easier, I can't believe I haven't tried it before.
I've installed these on a few of my guitars. Mojo tone sells a 220K resistor in series with a 471pf capacitor. There are many combo values of theses, I haven't tried them. Under moral circumstances when the volume is lowered the treble is attenuated. The purpose of this circuit is to keep a constant tone when changing the volume. Worth the few cents in parts.