Hello everyone, I searched on here for answers about this and didn't find any, so I don't think this is a repeat post but if it is I apologize. I have a 2017 MIM Jazz bass that I love and I love upgrading it almost as much as playing it. So after doing the tuners/nut/bridge I tackled the electronics. I threw in a pair of Dimarzio model J's which are the split coil noiseless humbuckers. I didn't know what to expect from them but they do sound like single coils with a little extra low-mids added which is nice. Anyways, when I put these pickups in I also replaced the entire wiring harness with an Obsidian wire solderless kit for Jazz bass, which is awesome because I like soldering and all but it's nice to avoid it. That came with a .047 Russian paper in oil capacitor and 250k pots like any normal Jazz bass would. My question is since these pickups are split coil humbuckers, would they benefit from having 500k pots? Especially wondering since they're a little bit darker than the originals (though they don't sound too drastically different). Also, does anyone have experience with using different tone caps on a Jazz bass, either with single coils or split coil humbuckers like I have? I see all sorts of videos and articles online about using various tone caps ranging from .022 to .1uf for P bass, but not much about Jazz basses. I experimented with a few different kinds on my P bass (Squier VM Jaguar Special that I upgraded everything on and converted to be fully passive, and found the .1 to be too dark for me but a .068 was perfect so I kept that in.) Basically I was wondering about putting a smaller value cap in, maybe a .033 or .027 or even a .022. If anyone has any experience messing around with different tone cap values in a J bass I'd love to hear about it! As well as any experience using 500k pots with split coil humbuckers such as Dimarzios, or Seymour Duncan Apollo jazz, or any of the other split coil humbuckers they make for jazz bass. Thanks a bunch guys!