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Same deal with my TopHat Embassy. :AOKOn my TopHat Club Deluxe, the tone control which acts on the preamp stage adds upper mids and highs and gain as it is turned clockwise. There is also a cut control acting on the poweramp stage which subtracts highs when turned clockwise.
Still not right. It's usually just a rhestat arrangement, meaning variable resistor in series with a tone cap to ground. Increasing resistance (turning it up) means less higher frequency is shunted to ground. Also, larger tone caps move the frequency point of the shunt to some degree (i.e. how much "upper mids" and "mids" are affected underneath the "treble")Ok, so would you say that this is a better description: Pushing it up cuts bass, back cuts treble, and the middle is a flat EQ.