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Knob - Black 1-10, Skirted, Set Screw

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Customer image:<br/>"2 knobs on left are original; two on right are P-K314-1-A. "
Customer image:<br/>"Perfect match, 1980s Guild Model 6 amp."
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Customer image: "2 knobs on left are original; two on right are P-K314-1-A. "Customer image: "Perfect match, 1980s Guild Model 6 amp."
SKU: P-K314-1-A
Item ID: 039641
List Price: $1.65
Price: $1.45
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Sold individually. Slightly thicker numbers than P-K314-1. Made in Taiwan.

UPC/EAN: 841358105487

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Product Reviews

4.6
4.60 out of 5 based on 5 reviews
3

I've ordered four of these knobs so far. One of the knob's set screw holes was too big for the screw, and one knob didn't come with a set screw at all. I was able to jam a Fender set screw into both of them. The knobs themselves are fine, but consider ordering an extra knob or two.

pomykalsdj20 - December 5th, 2018
5

I've received my new knobs that will replace the ones on a Randall RG90 amp. They look great on it. Thanks for stocking this item. Fyi, your service was guick, and they were just what I needed.

Big Al - November 13th, 2018
5

Excellent product at a very reasonable price. Quickly installed.....they look great !!!

Doug Daniels - July 19th, 2018
5

Great replacements for original 1968 Deluxe Reverb. The base of hat portion on the new knobs measure out to be around 1mm narrower than the originals, but all other dimensions are on and you can't really tell the difference when installed.

Kevin W - January 24th, 2016
5

This is a perfect resto knob. It looks and works like the originals, same size, same feel, same look. Could not be better, especially if you have replaced knurled shaft pots with smooth shaft.

Bob Mayben - October 11th, 2015

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