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Knob - Vintage, Set Screw

SKU: P-K315-1-X
Item ID: 002807
List Price: $1.50
Price: $1.35
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Brand
Fender
Application
Amp

Generic white or brown vintage, priced per single knob. Set Screw.

Height: ½", Top Diameter: ¾", Base Diameter: 13/16"

Replacement for Fender: 099-0933-000

Multiple color options available.

OptionOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
BrownP-K316-1609722122535
WhiteP-K315-1609722122528

RoHS Compliant

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Product Reviews

4.875
4.88 out of 5 based on 8 reviews
5

Bought these white knobs to replace black knobs on my Dr Z z-lux amp. The black knobs were a little hard to see in low light situations. I really like the looks of these knobs and they are easier to see for me on my amp. They are identical to the black knobs that came on the amp, just a different color.

Jesse Johnson - May 13th, 2016
5

good knobs to my lapsteel

harri hörkäs - January 18th, 2016
5

I had one knob missing from my 1962 Fender Twin. This was a perfect match!

keithb7 - November 4th, 2015
5

Great knobs, look good and work good. The only problem was the white line in the knobs. Would like to have all brown.

Rickey - June 3rd, 2015
5

Nice knobs. Look good. Solid feel. Happy with them.

DaveP - May 17th, 2015
4

High quality part with a sturdy brass insert, but they look slightly cheaper than the Fender branded part.

Mjk - February 18th, 2015
5

These knob were perfect for what I needed. I have a Bugera G5 Infinium and the knobs it came with are impossible to see what location they're in. Problem solved!!!
Great product that worked great!!! Thanks!!!

Robbin Ball - February 5th, 2015
5

I bought these to replace a missing knob on my Dr. Z Stang Ray. They matched perfectly and secured onto the pot nice and tightly. Very satisfied and great service from T&M.

Dow Irby - November 21st, 2014

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