#1
Yeah...any way to fix it?

My tone knob is still sturdy as it was from the day i bought
#2
tighten the nut?
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#3
you take the little cap off and tighten the little nut on the potentiometer. its pretty easy.
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#5
um..how do I take off the cap? I've pulled but just want to make sure just in case i break it
#7
Pull the cap off, but DON'T tighten it until you've taken off the back cavity and hold the thing still whilst you tighten it - if you don't you can muck up the wiring from turning it too much.
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#8
Dang...these are really hard to pull off. They're volume knobs of an ESP F-50 if that helps.

Gona get my friend to see if he can do it
#11
Tip for future referance: Take thin soft t-shirt, work it under the edge of the knob all the way around, and pull up.
#12
yea something under the knob and then using a screw driver to pop it up usually works well.
sometimes there may be a set screw on the side of the knob. Be sure to look out for those as you will need to get a small flat head screw driver and loosen the screw before taking the knob off.

It's a good idea to go though the screws and nuts on any guitar once a month and tighten any of them up.
The vibrations will loosen them all up over time.
#13
actually on my esp the volume knob need to be loosened with a tiny allen wrench before you can pull the volume knob off. next time loosen the little screw on the side with a allen wrench and it will just fall off basically.
Current Gear:
ESP LTD MH-250
Ibanez rg470
Peavey ValveKing 112
Blackheart little giant head
2 homemade 112 cabinets
Boss SD-1