#1
I have some pots that are from a squire champ amp that i got back in about 2001. They are marked with A's and one is marked with a C. I assumed the pots with an A were audio pots. But then when i went to look up what the C meant i found that they changed the labeling at some point. could this mean that the C is an audio pot and the A's are linear? when did they change the labeling
#2
I know A is audio tapered, never heard of c before. But I think it is linear.
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#4
are there any codes on the pot?
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#6
some pots have certain codes on them, like a part number.

heck, i got a big batch of pots from a friend and all they had were part numbers. no ohm-age, talk about pain in the ass to look up..
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#8
bingo, found your answer. "c" stands for reverse logarithmic / reverse audio taper.
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#9
here, this should help.

A is audio (log)
B is linear
C is reverse-log
D is straight-line log
W is probably another name for C

Iread somewhere that in Europe, A is linear and B is log.