I've never understood why someone would want a quieter version of their distorted tone, as one would get with a more linear style pot, which won't clean up until you hit 2. I am offering for sale a vintage Centralab 500k ohm potentiometer. The first set of codes shows the type of magnet, size and quality of the speaker. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Slips over the case of the pot and helps keep out dust and contamination. But if you think about it, parts like electrolytic cacpacitors, this could be an issue. None of the fancy new makes sound like the old pots.
For example 1346120 is a centralab pot 134 produced in the 20th week of 1961. This pot will not work on Les Pauls, for example. I'm not sure I understand. There is something else going on with these pots, specifically when placed in the volume control; I'm no audio engineer by any means, but there is a filtering of the sound that other modern pots do differently. Prior to the 1950s, Field or ElectroMagnetic magnets were used. I have a '70 Fender single coil bridge pickup, and the '66 250k pots.
Return Policy Returnable within 7 days of delivery. My entire playing style revolves around being able to clean up by turning down the volume. The pots on the left and right are Stackpole pots manufacture 304. Also used in other amps besides Marshall®. So reading them will require opening control cavities, removing scratchplates, or in the case of a semi acoustic, removing the pots entirely. The change in sound that I first described may just be a result of aging pots; all I know is there was in fact a change in the sound, and it was not a result of the -50k. Stackpole for example converted from three to four digit date codes in late 1959.
Low torque, carbon resistive element, great replacement in many applications using passive humbucker or single-coil pickups. And because there isn't an auction feature available. My tonal experiment here was to test how much of a difference and to my ears, it is noticeable, especially when paired with a very open, touch sensitive pickup. Any volume pot does this. For a downloadable pot cross-reference for Fender brownface models,. It now has a completely vintage electronic component chain.
I've laid them on the body and additional wood needs to be removed to make them fit. We do not include any brokerage, duties or taxes owing in our pricing and these cost vary. Diameter of the body of the pot is slightly smaller than a dime. Slips over the case of the pot and helps keep out dust and contamination. It's not something magic to your Centralab.
Actually, it's not a source code but is a manufacturers code for all National, Valco, Supro products. Connect the 500k track without the additional resistor to the humbucker neck pickup. It kills me that there is such a difference between vintage pots and modern ones, I wouldn't have believed it if I didn't experience it myself. Für die Geschäftsbeziehungen zwischen der Firma music-outlet-shop und dem Kunden gelten die nachfolgenden allgemeinen Geschäftsbedingungen in ihrer jeweils gültigen Fassung. Anybody know where to find one or have one to sell? In return for the years of great advice I've gotten here, I'll tell you about the only pot I've found that sounds like better to me the old Centrals. They are like four bucks each. We will package and ship all orders as soon as payment has cleared.
In my opinion the recent era Gibson historic pots are pretty close to this, closer than the aftermarket guys actually. Product made in North America and are duty free but there may be a brokerage fee or other fees to clear the item into your country. Make sure it is splined shaft your knob will fit on and roll with it. Now that I have a '59 replica for budget reasons i am keeping it all new repro parts. I had installed a Centralab in the tone position of the bridge last week and noticed a change, but I had also installed some Lux Bees so wasn't quite sure.
In return for the years of great advice I've gotten here, I'll tell you about the only pot I've found that sounds like better to me the old Centrals. Still don't know why the factory doesn't use linear taper and an extra cap or two. Once decoded, the writing on the back or sides can be very informative If you've been reading articles about dating a vintage guitar, you may well have come across mention of pot codes. Note: For single-gang pots only - will not fit dual 16mm pots. Interesting about using a stacked pot like that. But I have seen them used on Stackpole pots on electric National guitars as early as 1935.