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Potentiometer - Fender, 250K, Knurled Shaft, No Load

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SKU: R-V250K-SP-NL
Item ID: 003719
Price: $7.50
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Value/Size
24mm Body
Brand
Fender
Resistance
250k
Taper
No Load

250K ohm. for most Stratocasters and Telecasters. Original guitar hardware. CTS manufactured, includes capacitor. Comes in Fender ® packaging. Some Fender guitars have a unique tone circuit that features a "Delta Tone' Control. The "Delta Tone' system consists of a high output bridge pickup and special 'no-load' tone control for the middle and bridge pickups. This new pot has a detent at the 10 position which bypasses completely any filtration through capacitors. Unlike the TBX, which [has] a detent at the 5 position and gradually reduce[s] the amount of filtration through the capacitor, the Delta-Tone's 'no-load' feature eliminates filtration completely at the detent and the result is more of the direct presence of the pickup.

UPC/EAN: 885978009640

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I like the "no load" effect for the pickups tone controls on my Stratocaster. There is a difference in the sound of the pickups when the "no load" pot removes the potentiometer resistance from the circuit. I wish they made these without the indent lock on the potentiometer. It is easy to fix this however but you have to take the potentiometer apart and use a flat head punch and a hammer to whack the indent out of the bottom of the potentiometer base. This is not for everyone but it can be done. I did this before I installed them and it is better. It twists just like a normal pot now.

Norm Rivers - May 30th, 2015
5

Excellent quality products, virtually overnight delivery, best prices, what else could you want??

ufpt96 - April 3rd, 2015

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