Or, you might have a fancy volume, since it's possible (off the top of my head) that a 22.5uf cap would let pretty much everything in a guitar's frequency response bleed to ground.
That would be highly true!
Assuming very minimal inductance values, the usual cap value for a full bandpass of audio frequencies is 22µf. That translates to allowing everything above 32Hz to pass through (give or take a Heinrich). That value is not cast in concrete of course, but it's close enough to start with, in most cases.
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