Do you have an cheapie passive bass that doesn't have audio taper volume pots? Are you tired of having to dial your pots 80% before you get any volume out of them? Or worse yet, you try to cut back on the volume and it drops off like a cliff? I have a very easy, very inexpensive solution instead of spending $$ and putting in audio taper pots. By attaching a properly-valued resistor to your volume pot (one leg goes on the wiper, the other to where your pickup is connected) you can quite closely simulate the value of an audio taper pot. I haven't tried it, yet (be sure, I'll be doing this one tomorrow)...but my calcs show that if you have a 250k linear pot, then you use a 33k resistor, and a 66k resisor for a 500k pot (0.132*pot value)... it's quick, inexpensive...and if it doesn't work, easily reversible... It can't be that simple...but I suspect it IS....has anyone done this yet?