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Old 17th December 2017, 01:58 PM
VantheMan VantheMan is offline
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Default Cheapish alternative volume pot.

If anyone suspects their Alps Blue might be responsible for the hash way-down in the depths of their system, then I would suggest they try one of these for around the same price (18 euros):

A 50K log version has certainly worked wonders for my Sugden A21Se, takes up less room and is a piece of cake to fit. All over much cleaner sound and would seem to be well made.

What´s to lose - it can be changed back in 5 minutes.

Sorry, wrong place. Mods please move to DIY projects (amps) if it is deemed fit.

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Old 18th December 2017, 03:29 PM
bob orbell bob orbell is offline
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Default Re: Cheapish alternative volume pot.

There is a post by Pre 65 about the same item, some weeks back. BOB
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Old 28th July 2020, 03:20 PM
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Default Re: Cheapish alternative volume pot.

Actually, last time I remembered I had one of these I tried to find it, without success.

And then, a few weeks ago I found it under a bookcase.

Feck knows how it got there, but it's in the spares box now, with loads of other bits waiting for me to get the time and/or enthusiasm to do something with it.

Next update due in June 2023.

Everything in this post is my honest opinion based on what i thought I knew at that very moment in time.
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