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  • Gibson vs. Epiphone Pots

    Can one take the pots out of a Gibson Les Paul and stick them in an Ephiphone Les Paul? Or do both brands use different shaft lengths? Different shaft diameters?

    Yes, I said shaft.



    Originally Posted by Jimmy James


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  • #2
    nobody?
    Originally Posted by Jimmy James


    Dolls are almost always much larger than figurines and action figures and will often come with clothing that can be removed almost completely. They should also possess a certain amount of posability.

    Dolls will often have removable clothing, down to the figures "skin" and will possibly have other interchangeable outfits that can be purchased separately.

    Dolls may be smaller than 12 inches, but as long as they still have clothing that can be completely removed.

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    • #3
      Yes-Might have to ream the holes in the Epi a bit.











      (Got REAM and HOLE in that one.........)
      Originally Posted by GarysBlues


      Fact is he passed away many years ago.
      But he's a Living Legend for sure.









      Originally Posted by Stubacca


      This kid is seriously and idiot!

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      • #4
        nobody?


        I was looking at the RS Guitarworks website thinking about an electronics upgrade in my Epiphone and they say there that they use different shaft lengths so you need different kits depending on whether you have an Epi or a Gibby. Take that with a grain of salt because I don't have any first hand experience ( haven't pulled the trigger yet ).

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        • #5
          You can get Switchcraft replacement pots with your choice of long or short shafts.

          Most upgrades include everything under the hood.

          Have you noticed dead spots on your volume and tone controls?

          Some lousy Asian pots have a "live Zone" from about 70 to 90 and you get no response anywhere else on the dial.

          That's a major reason for changing them.

          Measure the Epi's shaft and buy the Switchcraft replacement. It should fit or you can make it fit.

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          • #6
            I wonder which are longer, Gibby or Epi? I'll have to do some Googling.

            Trying to determine if a set of pots that fit a Gibby LP will fit into an Epi LP.
            Originally Posted by Jimmy James


            Dolls are almost always much larger than figurines and action figures and will often come with clothing that can be removed almost completely. They should also possess a certain amount of posability.

            Dolls will often have removable clothing, down to the figures "skin" and will possibly have other interchangeable outfits that can be purchased separately.

            Dolls may be smaller than 12 inches, but as long as they still have clothing that can be completely removed.

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            • #7
              Pop one out-you'll see either a thin or thick top. Most imports use shorties...
              (Did an older Epiphone and a Vintage-brand LesPaul "Lemon Drop"last week- both used shorties).

              Oh yeah-the RS Superpots ****************in' rule for vol pots-nice sweep, keep highs when you turn down, Measure near 550K. (Most generic CTS measure under 500K)
              Standard 500K pots are fine for tone controls.
              Originally Posted by GarysBlues


              Fact is he passed away many years ago.
              But he's a Living Legend for sure.









              Originally Posted by Stubacca


              This kid is seriously and idiot!

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              • #8
                The Gibson pots in a LP will be longer to compensate for the thicker top. They'll also be bigger in diameter.
                All there really is, is virtue and vice.

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