A few questions: 1. I have two guitars with an Anderson H2+ pickup in the bridge position. One is a Cobra, and the pickup is exactly what I'm looking for sound wise. The other is an Explorer. The problem I'm having is almost too much output on the Explorer to where palm mutes are actually causing the speakers to 'flub' out. The variables I see (other than the guitars themselves) are the pots and wiring. Would my 'flub' problem be caused by the different values of electronics, guitar itself, or more likely a pickup height issue? As I'm writing, I've got it all torn apart, so I'm going to install everything now and lower the pickup to see what happens. 2. My next question is - what is the value TAG uses for the resistor in the vintage voicing circuit? Does that simply go in parallel with the coil cut and ground? 3. And finally, on my Cobra's volume pot, there is a resistor in parallel to the cap between the center and hot lugs. Does anyone know what the values of these components are? Are they there to attenuate the highs when rolling the volume off? Thanks!