Mike Pope / Fodera stacked dual HI/LOW midrange pot

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  1. otto B

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    For sale; this new Mike Pope stack pod HI/LOW midrange pot with Fodera Knobs. You can convert your Fodera standard 3 band EQ to a 4 band EQ in less than 3 min.

    SOLD
     

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  2. thepontif

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    This will convert a Fodera Standard preamp...not a custom.
     
  3. otto B

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    I don't know the difference between a custom or a standard. I was told by mike pope that will fit any Fodera Bass
     
  4. thepontif

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    I am Mike hope, and what I'm telling you is that this will convert any Fodera bass that has a flexcore preamp in it. In fact, it will convert any bass that has a flex core preamp.

    As for which Fodera bass it will work on, it works on the ones that are standard models. Like the Emperor five standard, or the yin yang standard, or the monarch standard.

    However, the custom shop basses use a different circuit, and that board won't work with it.
     
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  6. otto B

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    Hey Mike good to talk to you. I am tracking now.
     
  7. dave79

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    Mike, if you're still listening, will it work in this guy:


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  8. otto B

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  9. thepontif

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    Don't think so.
     

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