Hey, folks! This is my first post in a few years. Just got a new Studio Vintage. So far I'm loving it. It's my first non-master, my first 4-hole, and I'm quickly learning that I need an attenuator! Seriously, it can't be played at bedroom volume. Or anyone home volume. Obvious, I know. The treble channel volume comes on too quickly to even dial in a quiet clean tone. EDIT: it can be played at bedroom volume if you’re careful with pedals. The other thing I'm noticing is that my go-to distortion pedal sounds a bit harsh until I can get the treble volume up pretty high. I'm thinking this might be from the bright cap. I'm considering pulling it, or wiring a resistor in series. I just got this amp, though, so I don't want to jump into modding it right away. I'm having the most fun playing it straight in with the treble volume cranked and the normal volume around 2/3 up. Turing the bass down to about half tightens it up but leaves a good punch to the tone. I need to plug my Tony Iommi treble booster into it, and I'm also looking forward to rolling tubes, but my wife is always home, working remotely. Anybody have attenuator recommendations? I've owned a Weber Mass before, and I didn't like what it did to the low end punch of the amp I was using at the time. There are so many more choices these days. Anyway, thanks for reading. Cheers!