#1
I'm replacing some pots on my Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus Top. Should they be alpha (audio log) pots or beta (linear) pots? Also, should they be long shaft pots?
#2
I'm like 99% sure that you want Beta pots, not too sure about the shaft length. Ask in GB&C, you'll get a better answer there.
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#3
Quote by Sid McCall
I'm like 99% sure that you want Beta pots, not too sure about the shaft length. Ask in GB&C, you'll get a better answer there.


Who is GB&C?
#4
Not who, what. It's a different section. We're in GG&A (guitar gear and accessories) and GB&C (guitar building and customizing) will be able to better assist you.
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#5
Quote by Sid McCall
Not who, what. It's a different section. We're in GG&A (guitar gear and accessories) and GB&C (guitar building and customizing) will be able to better assist you.


You sound like ****in' Dell customer service. "Sorry you reached the wrong department, call back and talk to these people". LOL.
#6
Quote by mindstealer
You sound like ****in' Dell customer service. "Sorry you reached the wrong department, call back and talk to these people". LOL.
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#7
Alpha pots long shaft. For all. If you want, you can do beta for tone pots. I posted the same thing in GB&C. Gibson uses audio taper pots for tone stock.
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