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FDP Forum / The Gretsch Forum / Mini pots


Clem Wittler

Jun 10th, 2012 05:12 PM   Edit   Profile  

Just wondering if the mini pots Gretsch used in the pre-Fender era (i.e. - the made in Japan models) were ok in quality. Seems alot of folks switch them out for full size pots, especially when they upgrade the pickups to TV Jones, etc. What do you think?

(This message was last edited by cwittler at 06:21 PM, Jun 10th, 2012)

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Jun 16th, 2012 09:25 AM   Edit   Profile  

They are good quality.

Many players associate the "dime" sized pots of Japanese-made guitars with the lower quality of other Asian imports that use dime-sized pots.

Bigger is not always better. Full-sized Alpha pots are considered good by today's standards, but these MIJ dime pots are even better than the modern Alphas.

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