Potentiometers are used to control volume and tone. A potentiometer is a three-terminal resistor with a sliding or rotating contact that forms an adjustable voltage divider.Check out our Tech Corder articles on pots, including Potentiometer Types.
FenderFender® - Founded in Fullerton California by Leo Fender, Fender Musical Instruments Corp is the world's foremost manufacturer of guitars, basses, amplifiers and related equipment dating back to the 1940's.
Potentiometer - Fender, 50kΩ, Audio, Split Shaft, ¼" Bushing
Tone control for Eric Clapton mod kit. Original Fender, 50K Audio, Split Shaft, 1/4" Bushing
Potentiometer - Fender®, 1M, Solid Shaft
1M ohm, Solid Shaft. Original Fender. Used for Volume and Tone control in many Fender guitars as well as amplifiers.
Potentiometer - Fender®, 250kΩ, Audio, Knurled Shaft
250K ohm, audio taper. for most Stratocasters and Telecasters. Original guitar hardware. CTS manufactured, includes capacitor. Comes in Fender ® packaging.
Potentiometer - Fender®, 500kΩ, Audio, Solid Shaft
500K ohm (audio taper), solid shaft. Made in Taiwan.
Potentiometer - Fender®, 250kΩ, Solid Shaft
250K ohm, solid shaft. for most Stratocasters and Telecasters. Original guitar hardware. CTS manufactured, includes capacitor. Comes in Fender® packaging.
Potentiometer - Fender®, 250kΩ, Knurled Shaft, Push-Pull
250K ohm (audio taper), push-pull DPDT, split shaft. Made in Korea.
Potentiometer - Fender, dual Audio, concentric solid shaft
Original Fender, Audio potentiometer, concentric, 250kΩ / 500kΩ, 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
Potentiometer - Fender®, S-1, Knurled Shaft, 4PDT
The Fender® S-1™ switched pot is a stealthy way to mod a strat without drilling any extra holes. The switch can be configured for almost any configuration with its four double-throw poles. S-1™ pots use a 3/8” bushing.