CTS No-Load 250K Potentiometer, Split-Shaft, Dimpled Back
CTS No-Load 250K Potentiometer, Split-Shaft, Dimpled Back
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CTS No-Load 250K ohm tone pot, Audio taper, split, knurled shaft, with hardware. The housing features a distinctive indented back that is commonly referred to as "dimpled" or "dished".

"EP4185" is stamped on the back of the housing.

  • Bushing Threads: 3/8-32
  • Bushing Length: 3/8"
  • Bushing Material: Aluminum
  • Shaft Style: Split-Shaft (Fine Spline 24 Tooth)
  • Shaft Length: 3/8"
  • Shaft Material: Aluminum
  • Tolerance: +/- 20%

Note: Recommended for tone control or pickup blender purposes only. Not suitable for use as a volume control.

Professional installation is strongly recommended. Improper installation may result in damage to the product and/or instrument.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Jack Lambert
CTS pots are always good

Like every other CTS pot I've ever used; works fine, matches specs, totally satisfied. To be fair, the same could be said of all the Alpha and Bourns pots I've ever owned also, but CTS is usually preference.

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