#1
I'm wanting to economize the space on my bass (hey that rhymed).
I'm thinking of removing all pots, and using a concentric pot to control volume for both pickups. I would eliminate the tone control; it hasen't been hooked up in years. I could deal with one pot that is kind of in the way, rather than three that definately are. Or, I could route the body and put it somewhere else, even. But I'm wondering, do they make V/V concentric pots? I found this on wdmusic.com -

http://wdmusic.com/concentric_pot_500k_with_black_29659_prd1.htm

But it doesn't say what it's used for. I've heard of volume/tone pots, but never volume/volume.
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#3
Sweet, thanks.


Uh...can I borrow 40 bucks?
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GROW UP WE DONT NEED 2 CHEAT WHEN OUR KIDS ARE BEAUTIFUL

Quote by blynd_snyper
Ummm, petrol? Nip down to your local petrol station, buy a litre of the stuff and soak your balls in it, light them up and start playing with them.
#4
expensive bastards arn't they!
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#9
Just make sure that the concentric pot is logarithmic and you'll be fine.
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