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I have a gibson style guitar. Will the .375 pot work or do i buy the .75
Asked by Anonymous on June 27th, 2017.
If you have a Les Paul style guitar the length on these will be too short and you will want to go with the .75" option.
Gibsons with flat tops and thinner bodies like SG's usually take pots with the shorter .375" (3/8") bushings.
Do these pots have a tension that is similar to other CTS pots commonly uxed in amplifiers, or do they spin more freely like the alpha push/pull pots? I would like a push pull pot that has a consistent feel to the rest of the pots across my amplifier front panel.
Asked by Anonymous on November 1st, 2016.
Yes, these have the same tension that you would come to expect from CTS. There is definitely some resistance when you turn the pot.
Where is the spec sheet for these pots?
What is the voltage rating?
What is the wattage rating?
What is the rotational life rating?
Where are the measurements (drawings)?
What series CTS pot IS this?
Asked by Anonymous on May 25th, 2017.
This is a 450 series pot but CTS does not have a spec sheet for it on their website. What specs we do have are listed above in the description.