Capacitor - Fender, 150V, Wax Paper

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Capacitor - Fender, 150V, Wax Paper

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Fender offers a wide selection of Pure Vintage electronics to players looking to restore or upgrade their guitar or amplifier with classic Fender in mind. From potentiometers to select capacitors, tube sockets and more, these electronics are created to closely replicate original-era Fender parts and have been used on a number of Fender reissue instruments and amplifiers, including our American Vintage series of guitars and basses. But best of all, Pure Vintage guitar and amp electronics are also versatile enough to fit most Fender guitars and tube amplifiers, making it easier than ever to inject that vintage vibe into any setup.

Fender part number: 009-6454-049 (.05 mF)

Fender part number: 009-6453-049 (.10 mF)

SKU:
C-FWDX-150
Item ID:
039702
Brand:
Fender
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Part Numbers
Capacitance - µFOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
.05 µFC-FWD05-150885978497720
.1 µFC-FWD1-150885978497713
Product Measurements
Capacitance.05 µF version0.05 μF
.1 µF version0.1 μF
Diameter.05 µF version0.35 in.
Item Height.1 µF version0.25 in.
Item Length.05 µF version0.83 in.
.1 µF version1.04 in.
Item Width.1 µF version0.54 in.
Lead Typeaxial
Rated Voltage150 V
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions6 in. × 4.25 in. × 1.038 in.
Weight (Packaging).05 µF version0.042 lbs.
.1 µF version0.043 lbs.

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Asked by Anonymous on October 19th, 2019.
BradWbr
October 22nd, 2019
Staff Member
Although there isn't any differences specified between the two, they may have a slightly different ratio of construction materials and the orange caps are more common on early 50s guitars and amps (Blackguard and tweed) while these white caps would have been in the later 50s-early 60s (whiteguard and blackface) guitars and amps. Depending on the era you're trying to recreate, one may be more historically accurate than the other.

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