Good day, gents. I come to you today with confusion. A little backstory: I'm a lefty. I like Fenders. From 2005 to about 2013, I had a 2004 MiM Fender Jazz Bass. The tone control on it didn't work so well; it was either "on" or "off." No in-between; it was either at none or full, just with a tiny turn of the knob. I took it to my local music retail establishment and asked them if they could fix or replace it with a pot that actually works like a proper tone pot, and they said there was nothing to fix; that the lefties were "supposed to be this way." Huh. Well, seeing as it wasn't such a major impairment to my use of the J-Bass, I let it go. Fast forward a bit. After some soul-searching, I found the love of my life: the Standard American Fender Precision. It's wonderful, I love it, the neck is perfect--and the tone control does the same thing as on the J-Bass. My Questions 1) If it is, indeed, true that lefty tone controls are "supposed to be like this," why? What's the difference? There aren't lefty bridges or lefty strings; why would there then be lefty tone controls? Like why wouldn't the volume knob also register either 0% or 100% in that case? 2) Would it fix the problem if I replaced the pots myself with CTS ones? And could I use the capacitor that came in the P-Bass? Thanks for reading this, and if you can shed any light on the subject, I would greatly appreciate it. Have a fine day, good sirs.