The treble! When I first played my SE Custom 24 through the Vox Amplug AC30, I was quite happy rolling off the volume without feeling I was losing out too much on the treble. When the Tweaker was fixed and started to use it again, it seemed to me that some of treble was actually going away in the process. I think I read somewhere on the forum that, while the Core models all have a treble bleed, the SE didn't. When I opened up the control cavity the first time round I didn't see one. So I ordered a capacitor and when I opened up the control cavity again yesterday, I saw that there was a capacitor fitted, a very small one, hidden behind the wiring. I played the guitar again with the Tweaker last night, and I guess it doesn't loose that much treble, but it does feel different enough when the volume is rolled off that it is annoying me. The capacitor I got is about twice the size of the one factory fitted, although I believe they are similar rating. Could it make a difference on the treble bleeding effect if I swapped? Or should I look into a different rating (lower or higher) or even consider adding a resistor? Thanks for the help.