What color are the bands on a 2.4k resistor? Im ordering supplies from here

http://www.effectsconnection.com/

And i cant seem to find any.

If anyone cares, im doing the keeley mod to my DS-1 and would it matter if i used say a 2.2k or a 2.7k resistor? how much would it affect the sound?

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hahha i have that diagram but and i can read it but its that little decimal that messes me up

so it wont make much difference if i use the 2.2k?
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It won't make much difference. As far as the chart, I'm guessing you four band resistors. Since you have 2.4K you need to find 24 with a multiplier of 100. So your first band would be red (2), your second band would be yellow (4), and your third band would be red (x100). The fourth band is really of little consequence.
ok thanks man.
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Gather 'round kids, it's time for a math lesson.
24 (red, yellow) x 100k (red) = 2400K
24 (red, yellow) x .1k (gold) = 2.4k
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Actually, ljplum's right. 24 (red, yellow) x 100 ohms (not K) = 2.4K. So you need red, yellow, red.
just when i think ive got things figured out...
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Hey that is pretty awesome, thanks cokeisbetter.
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