Potentiometer - CTS, 500kΩ, Audio, Knurled, .75" Bushing, DPDT

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Potentiometer - CTS, 500kΩ, Audio, Knurled, .75" Bushing, DPDT

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Add a switch to your guitar using the existing holes in your pick guard or body. High quality CTS Push/Pull DPDT switches can be used to add phase switching, coil tapping, series/parallel, etc. to your guitar without having to drill the holes for a mini switch. The shorter body height and side mounted contacts require far less space (1” depth ) making them ideal for thinner bodied guitars with a more shallow body cavity. These Split-shaft pots are compatible with 24- spline, fine knurled knobs and feature a precise audio taper. Hex nuts, flat washer, and lock washer are included with each pot. CTS DPDT pots are available in three types for different applications. Common uses are as follows:

  • 500K pots are commonly used when wiring humbuckers.
  • 250K pots are commonly used when wiring single-coil pickups
  • 500K long-shaft pots are commonly used when wiring carved top solid body guitars
RoHS Compliant
SKU:
R-VC500KA-DPDT-LS
Item ID:
039909
UPC/EAN:
841358101564
Brand:
CTS
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Product Measurements
Body Depth0.96 in.
Body Diameter0.94 in.
Bushing Length0.75 in.
Resistance500 kΩ
Shaft Diameter0.24 in.
Shaft Length0.375 in.
Shaft Rotation300°
U.S. Thread Major Diameter0.375 in.
U.S. Thread Pitch32 tpi.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions2.131 in. × 1.424 in. × 0.938 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.074 lbs.

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5.00 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
Alan Kaye - August 29th, 2018

Once you figure out which holes correspond to which lugs on the old style push-pull pot switches, these things are absolutely the bomb. They seem a lot sturdier than the older ones, and they don't have as many sharp edges.

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