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 SC3 - Pot Values? 
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Post SC3 - Pot Values?
It's tough to read on the schematic posted to this site; are they in fact 1 meg?


Fri Jan 12, 2018 7:19 am
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Post Re: SC3 - Pot Values?
I agree, the schematic just isn't clear enough to confidently make the call one way or the other.

You may try emailing repairs@glguitars.com with the question, From what I understand they are quite helpful in these matters.

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Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:26 am
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Post Re: SC3 - Pot Values?
Danley wrote:
It's tough to read on the schematic posted to this site; are they in fact 1 meg?

Hey Danley,

Both pots are definitely 250kΩ Audio taper. The volume has a 200pF ceramic cap. On the tone pot, I've seen it 2 ways: either .020µF in parallel with .001µF or a .022µF cap in and by itself. But it gives you an idea of the range. The numbers on schematic are for the caps; no values for the pots are indicated.

Hope this helps,

- Jos


Sat Jan 13, 2018 7:39 pm
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Post Re: SC3 - Pot Values?
Perfect, thanks! Also emailed the above, will chime in if anything out of the ordinary happens :D


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