So, whats with Marshalls brite caps? I play Gibson Les Paul Standards with DiMarzio 36th Anniversary pups with new old stock PIO Sprague BB caps. Bridge pup volume at 9/10 and tone at 6. Amp EQs = bass 1, presence 6, mids 6, treble 4, gain at edge of break up and ALL my Marshall amps have had to have the brite caps reduced to 68 - 100 pF to reduce those really high brittle ear numbing high freqs. I also play through either vintage GBs or new G12M-65s. Neck tone is never an issue! With this set up I can get a nice slightly edge of break up tone, thick, rich and not ear fatiguing tone with plenty of cut/presence! So looking at my amps in my signature, my question is WHY does Marshall use such a high value brite cap where to get a nice tone ones EQ and tone knobs need to be set to 0-1 excluding the bass knob...I dont get it...what am I missing here?