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maybe I should have mentioned it, but it has been rare in my experience. On the other hand, sometimes adding a series resistor to a capacitor bypass will improve the sound in subtle ways, which may be an indicator that there was an undetected oscillation going on and it's been damped by the resistor. Typically, I would use 10 to 1000 ohms in series with .01uF to 0.1uF capacitance.

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