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CTS 500K DPDT Push-Pull Potentiometer

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$8.69
SKU: W3500002
Weight: 0.065 lb
Sale Unit: Piece

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This is the best push-pull potentiometer on the market. These aren't your standard off the shelf CTS pots either. We had them custom made to our specification to have the smoothest taper possible and the tightest tolerance available.  The switch contacts are side-mounted which makes them ready to drop into most guitars without the need for deeper routing.  There are a number of wiring options with these pots that can give any guitarist total control over their sound. 

-Custom taper for a smoother volume or tone control 
-7% tolerance. Tightest tolerance available! 
-Solid brass split shaft and bushing (3/8'' diameter x 3/8'' length)
  • Series 450G 24mm Guitar Potentiometer
  • Robust Construction
  • Proprietary Anti-Static Lube
  • Brass Shaft & Bushing
  • Smooth Rotational Feel
  • Reduced Shaft Wobble
  • Solderable Rear Cover
  • Low Noise Output Description
  • The Series 450G Guitar Potentiometer is the same robust high-quality guitar potentiometer that has become the industry standard for top guitar manufacturers. Featuring reduced shaft wobble, low noise output, and smooth rotational feel, the Series 450G is supplied with standard tin-plated rear cover and solder lug terminals.
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    2/17/2021 1:48 pm

    Howard Samuel

    by anonymous -

    I have a 1989 Ibanez AM300 that I put Fender Hot Vintage Alnico II humbucker's in (I have been playing blues,& rock for 55 years these are the best humbucker's I have heard!) Since they sounded good split from the Fender HH Strat I took them from I purchased these CTS DPDT Push Pull Pots because the the guitar is thin. While I followed the instructions for Coil Cut with the ground going to #2 when I finished the pot push pull was reversed (down split/up full) moved the ground to #1 and it worked perfectly so keep in mind should you have the same problem.

    2/17/2021 1:48 pm

    Mark Brock

    by anonymous -

    So Keith who posted before me is one of those people who likes to blame others for his own ignorance. They are labeled push- PULL not PUSH-PUSH or POP UP



    Incidentally if you ordered "Pop up" you'd probably get a pot that pops outward when you push it, but then acts like a regular pot- not switched. Learn what you're talking about rather than blame others who have accurately labeled their products!