Jazz Bass Style Knobs ...

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  1. tjh

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    This is a 3 knob set of Jazz bass style knobs, black with the single white line on top ... they are the press on type, which would go on a splined shaft, similar to what is used on the Squiers ... two larger volume knobs, and one smaller tone knob ...

    I purchased these on here and in between ordering them and receiving them, I cleaned my parts drawer out ... and you guessed it, I found 3 sets of Jazz knobs ...

    No need at all for these now, I did try one on a Squier splined shaft pot I had loose and it fit nice and tight ... probably would be a good inexpensive set if somone wanted to replace the imitation chrome knobs on a Squier Jazz or ?? ... pretty much just paying for cost to get them to you at ... $3.50 shipped ...to lower 48 only please

    These would probably be something like these that I just saw on Ebay ...

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Set-Of-Fend...Accessories&hash=item4605b2c7e2#ht_2452wt_846
     
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    slick, I responded to your PM, but for your '78 Jazz I am sure you have solid shaft pots ... and these will NOT work on solid shafts .. they are intended for the split shaft pots with splines that do not need a set screw to hold them on ...
     
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  6. slickbass3

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    I responded to your PM

    These should work.

    Thanks Tom

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    .. and gone ... thanks!
     

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