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Need to replace pots in my Gibson V. Any suggetions? Was looking at dimazio 500k pots. Any info on reliability on these?
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#2
Dimarzio aren't anything special, probably the same manufacturer as your gibson pots. CTS are where it's at. The RS guitarworks ones are the best I've tried but any CTS pot is going to be good.
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Quote by Roc8995
Dimarzio aren't anything special, probably the same manufacturer as your gibson pots. CTS are where it's at. The RS guitarworks ones are the best I've tried but any CTS pot is going to be good.


what mail orders cary them?
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Quote by Roc8995
Only www.rsguitarworks.net carries their proprietary CTS, but google CTS pots and you'll find a million places that sell them.

http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=navclient&gfns=1&q=cts+500k+audio+taper+pot



word. thanks. i was posting from my phone so i didnt feel like searching and having to wait. haha. lazy i know.
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Alpha pots all the way. Srsly.

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Alpha are good too. I think they're stock on gibsons now? I like the taper of CTS a bit more.
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Quote by Roc8995
Alpha are good too. I think they're stock on gibsons now? I like the taper of CTS a bit more.


I'm diggin the cts pots. Buying the rs upgrade package for the v/explorer. Not sure if I want vintage or modern yet though. Got till friday to figure shit out
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Will preamp tubes turn black and melt slightly undernormal conditions and still work?