Knob - Speed, Embossed Numbers, Gibson Style
Gibson style speed knob with embossed numbers. For 24 teeth knurled shaft.
|Color||Our Part Number||UPC/EAN|
|Item Diameter||1.0 in.|
|Item Height||0.49 in.|
|Shaft Diameter||0.25 in.|
|Packaging Dimensions||1.019 in. × 1.019 in. × 0.485 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||0.012 lbs.|
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1 answers What is the shaft hole size for this knob?
1 answers Nothing in the descriptions mentions - what is the difference between these and the P-K540 to 542 series?
1 answers Is this knob available with set screw for solid shaft pots?
1 answers Is this a 20 point spline that will fit US made CTS split-shaft potentiometers? What is the total knob height in inches?
1 answers Hello, Are these recessed or non-recessed?
1 answers What is the purpose of the speed knob?
1 answers I have a 73 les paul custom do the speed knobs make it quicker to bring up the volume?
Asked by Anonymous on July 29th, 2017.
It is personal preference as some feel it is easier and quicker to use a speed knob. All guitar pots have a torque rating and this equates to how much physical force needed to spin the pot. Our Bourns pots (R-VB-500KA-SP) have a low torque and are very easy to spin.
1 answers Will these fit ORIGINAL 1952 pots? Standard gibson speed knobs are a little too tight.
Asked by Anonymous on February 4th, 2019.
We do not have sizing on the original 1952 potentiometer shafts to verify, but these are designed for use with a standard 1/4" fine knurled shaft pot. Some people have found that very gently crimping the two sections of the split shaft slightly closer together made the knobs fit better. Naturally, if doing this, it is done at one's own risk and we can not assume responsibility for damaged potentiometers.