Taper: A / Audio / Logarithmic
Percent @ Half Turn: 10%
Power Rated: 1/4W
Shaft Type: 6mm Split Shaft
Shaft Knurl: USA / Fine / 24 spline
Shaft Length FMS (from mounting surface): 3/4"
Bushing Thread: 3/8 x 32
Bushing Diameter: 3/8"
Bushing Length: 3/8"
Body Diameter: 15/16"
Body Depth: 1"
Lug Type: Solder
Mounting Hole: 7/16"
Other info: DPDT Push-Pull Switch. Includes 1 lock washer, 1 flat washer, and 2 nuts. Self-lubricating brass shaft and bushing means a longer noise-free rotational life.
Tech's notes: "These have a smooth/solid rotational feel to them. The DPDT push-pull switch is great for adding all sorts of custom wiring options."
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After using all the cheap push-pulls this is just a pleasure to install and use. I was shocked at it's size when I first saw how well built it is, like a Tank with excellent solder points. CTS are the only push-pull pots to use!
Love these pots! I always use CTS because I find other brands are too easy to rotate. These also don't require as deep of an electronics cavity compared to others, so I can install these on the thin-bodied (36mm) guitars I make. I would love to see Nextgen stock the SPST version in the future :)
I am pretty happy with this pot.
Great product. Works awesome
Excellent product. Easy to use and performs well as
I use these pots/switches for phasing, coil tapping and series/parallel switching. The taper is smooth and the switching is noiseless, what more can I ask for. I've tried other brands but have ended changing them a couple of months later so I'm sticking with CTS.
I bought these to implement series-parallel options on a two HB, one volume, one tone Epiphone. The pots were tolerant of my need to re-solder some of the connections multiple times, due to wiring mistakes I made that needed correction. The rotational friction is very much to my taste - they stay put once adjusted, without undue resistance while adjusting. Push-pull function is clean and firm. I'm very pleased with how they turned out.
These are my favorite push-pull pots. The only problem is they`re american so if you`re sticking them in a metric instrument you`ll have to widen the hole you stick 'em into. also the knurled top will be different.