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    I bought one of those guitar high stools, and couldn't get along with it. I often use an adjustable office chair, and I've tried it while adjusted from highest to lowest, and most everywhere in between. I find I prefer it as low as it will go for smaller guitars, higher for bigger ones. YMMV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgosnell
    FWIW, resistance is measured in ohms, capacitance in farads, or fractions thereof. Since tone controls are variable resistors, I assume you meant capacitors.
    Thanks for the clarification! Correction(s) made. It was 1986, and some of my brain was still working, sporadically.

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    Thanks for the tips everyone. Put some .11 chrome flats on the Les Paul and it was just what it needed. Can't believe I waited this long to try it, but I really didn't expect it to have such a BIG impact on the tone. They sound incredible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by citizenk74
    Thanks for the clarification! Correction(s) made. It was 1986, and some of my brain was still working, sporadically.
    I can't really afford to make many corrections other than in jest, as I did. I have my own occasional brain cramps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VanEpsInDeChirico
    Thanks for the tips everyone. Put some .11 chrome flats on the Les Paul and it was just what it needed. Can't believe I waited this long to try it, but I really didn't expect it to have such a BIG impact on the tone. They sound incredible.
    It really changes the tone, yes. No more plinky highs, much more solid fundamentals and mids. And Chromes are very consistent.

    Note: If you ever give in and get a Tele, the same strings (in the same gauge) will have the same effect.