Knob - Chicken Head, Set Screw
Starting at: $1.25
- Fits ¼" Solid Shafts (Set Screw)
- Chicken head knobs are used everywhere on countless amps, stomp-boxes, etc.
- Brass Set Screw and Insert
- High Quality Plastic
|Color||Our Part Number||UPC/EAN|
|Base Diameter||0.75 in.|
|Inner Diameter||0.25 in.|
|Item Height||0.537 in.|
|Item Length||1.25 in.|
|Packaging Dimensions||1.3 in. × 0.8 in. × 0.6 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||0.013 lbs.|
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1 answers Do these get pushed onto the shaft or do these screw in? I need some that slide onto the shaft. I have a fender blues Jr by the way.
Asked by Anonymous on March 21st, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
These will go on the shaft and then they will be tightened with the included set screw. If your amp has solid shaft 1/4" pots these will work. If you have 1/4" split knurled shaft pots then you will need push on knobs. SKU: P-K700X. If you have D-Shaft pots then neither of these knobs are going to work.
1 answers How long is the radius from the center to the longest part of the knob? I have 1/2" clearance.
Asked by Anonymous on June 19th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
These knobs are going to be 5/8" from the center of the brass insert to the edge of the knob.
1 answers Hello what is the name of the black one with the green line ?
Asked by Anonymous on June 20th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
That is the glow in the dark knob.
1 answers Which part# is clear on the 300 series chickenhead knobs? The pictures do not have the part# next to them? Second row, third to the right.
Asked by Anonymous on August 25th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
Unfortunately the clear knobs are no longer available.
1 answers What is the length of the knob from the end of the point to the back of the knob?
Asked by Anonymous on September 12th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
These are 1.25" from end to end.
1 answers What is the set screw? Allen, Flathead, etc...?
Asked by Anonymous on February 1st, 2018. 1 person subscribed to this question
You will need a small flat head screwdriver.
1 answers Hello! The 2nd and 4th rows, the first knob in each - are those 'bronze' and 'tan' respectively? Just making sure before ordering. Thanks.
Asked by Anonymous on March 16th, 2018. 1 person subscribed to this question
Yes that is correct!
1 answers What knobs do I need for the black evh 5150 III head is it the white or cream?
Asked by Anonymous on March 20th, 2018. 1 person subscribed to this question
Without having an EVH 5150 III to visually inspect first hand, the photos online would lead us to believe the white knobs are the closest match.
1 answers Will these fit properly on a Peavey 6505? Have tried dozens and none fit.
Asked by Anonymous on April 12th, 2018. 1 person subscribed to this question
These knobs will fit on 1/4" solid shaft pots. Stock Peavey pots are typically smaller (3/16")and these probably will not fit. Do a search for P-K428 for a Peavey knob that works with 3/16" split knurled shaft pots.
1 answers Does these knobs fit a evh lbx ?
Asked by Anonymous on June 14th, 2018. 1 person subscribed to this question
These will fit 1/4" solid shaft knobs. Some of the EVH amps use smaller pots and you can find the knobs that fit those here: https://www.amplifiedparts.com/products/knob-peavey-black-pointer-white-line
1 answers I would like to buy a set of the glow in the dark chicken head knobs but, I want to know two things: 1. Can you get these in black with a glow in the dark line? 2. What's the total diameter of these knobs? Space is at a premium on my amp because it's a Marshall JVM 410 Head. The stock gold-faced knobs are really difficult to read on stage and that's why I want to go with small chicken heads
Asked by Anonymous on February 11th, 2019. 1 person subscribed to this question
The glow in the dark knobs are just as you described: Black knobs with a glow in the dark indicator line. The space required for each knob is 1.25" for proper clearance.
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