I just got a 1992 Gibson Les Paul Classic Plus which I was thinking of modifying with a set of Bumblebees. I just opened the back and I found the attached inside, and was curious if this meant that the wiring was already modified by someone with new Orange Drop Caps sometime after 2012? The reason that I am asking this is that the attached Orange Drop Cap with a model number CDE225P100V [223K 1433] (according to the history of Orange Drop Caps below) would be one that was made when the company was owned by Cornell Dubilier Capacitor (CDE), (which took ownership after 2012). 1) Is my understanding correct? 2) Also, can you describe what the difference is in how it affects it's the sound when using the Orange Drop Caps rather than using Bumblebees? --------------------------------------- Orange Drop Cap History & Timeline: 1960s: The 'Orange Drop' capacitor was developed by Sprague Electric. 1992: Vishay, a leading manufacturer of components used in electronics for industrial and military/space application, acquires 'Orange Drops' from Sprague. SBE Inc (dba SB Electronics) takes over production of Orange Drops as Vishay/Sprague. 2012: Cornell Dubilier Capacitor (CDE) acquires 'Orange Drops' from SBE. Current: All Orange Drop Caps manufactured today are by Cornell Dubilier Capacitor (CDE).