I am considering trying out a mod on my G&L SB-2. I can always revert that mod easily enough. I'm not an expert but I'm good enough with a soldering iron. I think I might benefit from having a tone knob available, so I figured why not make the controls looked balanced and go with a dual stacked V/T configuration like on a vintage Jazz bass. To that end, I had a question, and also was wondering what value of capacitance might work well for each pickup. For the neck pickup I was thinking a 0.022uf with a resistor in series to keep the tone pot from having the resonant bump occur when rolled off to 0. This is basically exactly like a SB-1s tone pot. I have a SB-1 and I like the way it works so I'm copying that configuration for my neck pickup. It also can serve as a backup then, as I use the SB-1 and it's tone pot a lot. However the bridge pickup I am not sure what would work the best. Maybe I should keep the resonant bump for that one? Maybe I should use a low-valued cap to bleed off the hum and give a honkier tone when rolled off? I'm not sure. What do you guys think? Also, does adding dual Vol/Tones cause the pickup interactions to change? I would like to preserve the scoop when both pickups are full on.