#1
What size capacitor is generally used on the tone knobs of basses?

I've built a pedal for a bassist friend, and got a pre-drilled box. It had a spare hole, soI decided to add a tone knob, but need to know what size cap to use.

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#2
A .047 uf cap is the standard thats typically used in passive basses...I'm pretty sure.
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#3
Thanks man.

My friend got lucky, I have one that size.
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#4
No problem.

And, out of curiosity, what kind of pedal did you build for him?
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#5
The Hornet Fuzz from www.diystompboxes.com, but slightly modified.
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If you cut down on these costs students won't learn so well, effecting the "quality"...