Our variable treble bleed circuit is one of the most useful mods on the market. Typically, a treble bleed mod consists of a capacitor and a resistor, but with so many values available, you could spend a significant amount of time as well as money trying to find a perfect match for your tone. By simply adding a small trim potentiometer, you are able to dial in the exact amount of treble to suit your playing style.
To properly adjust your circuit, plug your guitar into the amp, turn the guitar volume control down to around 50% and adjust the trim pot with a screwdriver. Turning the trim pot counter-clockwise will add more treble, turning clockwise will reduce it. make sure to make your adjustments in small increments and playing the guitar in between.