Potentiometer - Fender, dual Audio, concentric solid shaft
Original Fender, Audio potentiometer, concentric, solid shaft.
- Mounting hardware not included
- Used for stacked volume controls on American Vintage '62 Jazz Bass® and Acoustasonic Telecaster®, and Nashville Power Telecaster® guitars
- Will not work with push-on style control knobs; set screw mounting knobs only
|Body Depth||0.87 in.|
|Body Diameter||0.95 in.|
|Body Width||0.375 in.|
|Bushing Length||0.25 in.|
|Resistance||250 kΩ / 500 kΩ|
|Shaft Length||0.56 in.|
|Packaging Dimensions||2.75 in. × 2.25 in. × 0.992 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||0.077 lbs.|
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1 answers Why don't you sell the concentric knobs to these pots?
1 answers Does one pot have a 250 value and the other has a 500 value? Shouldn’t they be the same as if they were two separate pots?
Asked by Anonymous on June 19th, 2018.
Yes this pot has one 250k and one 500k pot. These differing values are found on the American Vintage '62 Jazz Bass®, Acoustasonic Telecaster®, and Nashville Power Telecaster® guitars. But you can use this wherever a concentric pot is needed.
1 answers Which pot is which value? It says 250K and 500K, but not upper/lower, and which shaft corresponds to which pot.
Asked by Anonymous on November 28th, 2018.
The 250K potentiometer body is on the bottom of the pot. The 500k potentiometer body is on top of the 250K. The bottom (outer) control is assigned to the 500K pot, while the top (inner) control is assigned to the 250K pot.
1 answers This duo pot can be used in a 1 pickup telecaster style project with a stacked knob to control tone and volume.
Asked by Anonymous on April 22nd, 2020.
If this is a statement, we would agree that you most likely can use this dual potentiometer in that way. If this is a question, yes, you can most likely use this as you are suggesting, provided there is enough room in the guitar cavity to house this pot.