Short question. If you put a 10k pot in series with the cathode resistor going to ground, how do you properly wire this? In the middle goes the signal, then decide which part of the pot goes to ground, and leave the other side untouched? Closing the pot means 0 ohms in series with the cathode resistor, opening it up means 10k in series (I will use a 1k probably). So that's the reserved way a volume pot is grounded. Am I correct on this one? The goal is to control the cold clipper on a 2204 preamp, and to see if there is a sweet spot around 5k that can be found. Is a regular pot ok for this? I assume no high wattage or voltage is needed on the preamp cathode resistors.