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As expected. NG on the other hand, are amazing.
Have used them in singles and humbuckers. Work very well.
This capacitor works well on my tone pot, but it ended up on my wife's tone pot because it couldn't resistor.
These work well and test at a good tolerance.
So, I thought I would get off my snob horse, and try these in comparison to the orange drops. For passive guitar wiring, my ears can't tell the difference. Some say they won't last as long: I recently replaced the tone caps in a 45yr old SG. At equal value...the jury is still out. But, the orange drops look really cool and, If you're doing the odd wiring job, the few bucks difference shouldn't tip the balance, even if you're spending 8 times as much, for little to no sonic difference...? In the end, it's a free country.
perfect for restoration of many 70's - 80's Japanese devices - look and fit like original "greenies".
Exactly what it's supposed to be at a great price.
Though there are "higher-end" options out there, for passive guitar and bass circuits, you don't need more than this. The tolerance of these mylar caps is high (around 10%) and the sound is THE SAME as any "boutique" caps that simply roll high frequencies off to the ground! Highly recommended.