Hey, guys! I am a lucky owner of a Fender Marcus Miller Jazz Bass V. Everything seems to be good, but I am irritated by one fact of that bass, which I want to ask you about. I tried to find related information in the internet, but with no luck, apart from some general information on this topic. This bass has a volume pot per pickup. I think the balance between two pick ups is a weird thing. I would say that a pots position of 100%/85%(and below) sounds exactly the same as 100%/0%. And same goes for other pick up. I can only hear a slight difference in tone, when one pick up is at 90% or higher, while other is at 100%. So, basically I have something like these configurations, which produces sound of different characteristics: - 100%/100% - 100%/0% - 100%/90% And vice versa for the second pickup at 100%. All electronics on this bass is a stock one. I've recently changed pickups to Aguilar 5j-Hc, but it doesn't anyhow impacted on the balance issue. So, a question: is it a normal thing for the Fender Marcus Miller V? Is it a normal thing overall for Basses with 2 volume pots? P.S. I do know about linear and exponential pots. However, really want to know, whether this specific bass functions as it should and it's not an issue, but a design.