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Squire P/js. Bad pots?

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by ericdanger13, Jul 21, 2013.

  1. ericdanger13

    ericdanger13

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    Ive bought two different squire p/j basses to piece together a good playing bass and both of which have bad pots. Has anyone else had this same problem in squires?
  2. C.Linton

    C.Linton Supporting Member

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    I haven't.
  3. tbplayer59

    tbplayer59

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    How are they bad?
  4. Bongolation

    Bongolation

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    Sounds like V/V/T Syndrome to me already.

    :scowl:
  5. ericdanger13

    ericdanger13

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    One bass had one that was busted and the nut was stripped completely. On the other bass two just spin. Bad luck perhaps?
  6. GK Growl

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    Wow. Really?? I'm glad that the OP's response had nothing to do with this so called V/V/T syndrome. This seems to be your stock response to anyone who mentions a PJ with V/V/T. I've had no such issues with bad pots on 3 different Squier P/Js.
  7. ncapone

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    Just get some CTS pots and get it over with.

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