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    VG-EC, 10 pots all measuring 90k Ohms, these pots came from the Kalamazoo, Mi. Gibson factory where they were salvaged from experimental circuits used to help create many of the passive and active tone circuits used in 80's Gibson guitars and basses, some pots still have a cap or resistor still attached, these are good, functional electronic devices, a cool part of Gibson history, photo shows a sampling, price reduced
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VG-EC, 10 pots all measuring 90k Ohms, these pots came from the Kalamazoo, Mi. Gibson factory where they were salvaged from experimental circuits used to help create many of the passive and active tone circuits used in 80's Gibson guitars and basses, some pots still have a cap or resistor still attached, these are good, functional electronic devices, a cool part of Gibson history, photo shows a sampling, price reduced

Gibson 90K Pots (Factory Salvage)

SKU: 200U-1573

Regular price
$3 USD
Regular price
$6 USD
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$3 USD
VG-EC, 10 pots all measuring 90k Ohms, these pots came from the Kalamazoo, Mi. Gibson factory where they were salvaged from experimental circuits used to help create many of the passive and active tone circuits used in 80's Gibson guitars and basses, some pots still have a cap or resistor still attached, these are good, functional electronic devices, a cool part of Gibson history, photo shows a sampling, price reduced
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VG-EC, 10 pots all measuring 90k Ohms, these pots came from the Kalamazoo, Mi. Gibson factory where they were salvaged from experimental circuits used to help create many of the passive and active tone circuits used in 80's Gibson guitars and basses, some pots still have a cap or resistor still attached, these are good, functional electronic devices, a cool part of Gibson history, photo shows a sampling, price reduced