So I've been reading all the recent threads on caps & pots & mojo & snake oil & Excel with much interest. Over the past few months, I've been trying to tune the sound of a guitar, and been consistently frustrated. The guitar is an Aerodyne Tele -- P-90 neck. Tele bridge. Right now, it's sporting Lollars (the bridge is a Vintage Lollar.) The pots are 250K CTS, the cap is a .047uf Orange Drop 716P. Basically, I used the standard Acme Tele kit, but I had to substitute .375" shaft pots, because the guitar is rear-routed & that's what fits. It seems I am happy with either the neck or the bridge, but not both. Right now, the bridge sounds great, but the neck is just too thick & muddy. I'm not really hot on the idea of switching pickups AGAIN, so I'm wondering if messing with the pots & caps will help. I was considering trying a 500K tone pot, but I'm concerned that will make the bridge just criminally shrill. I do work the tone pot quite a bit, and maybe a smaller value cap might help. However, my ears are far ahead of my knowledge, and I don't know how to get what I want, which is a good balance between the neck & bridge, wit great tone from both pickups that doesn't accentuate the downsides of both. That seems to be what happens; the contrast in pickups seems to make the bridge sound too shrill and the neck sound too muddy. Or, like I said, I can get one to sound good, at the expense of the other. There must be a solution! Any suggestions? Thanks.