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Thank you for your reply that was well written and I am going to use wisdom you brought forth.
hey saw your post about the tone pot you replaced on your bbp34, I have the same issue with mine and would love to replace it, you would happen to have a link to the one you bought so I could get the exact one? thanks in advance for any help. Chad
Any split shaft 250k audio taper pot will do. I prefer CTS pots. I usually buy CTS pots from StewMac as they have tighter tolerances. You can find CTS pots cheaper elsewhere but they won't have the same tolerances as the ones from StewMac. The one I used is the one at the top on this page (250k, split shaft, audio taper): https://www.stewmac.com/electronics/components-and-parts/potentiometers/cts-control-pots
Hello. I was also having a tone issue with my TT4 passive Sandberg. I definitely feel that my Sando lacks low-end compared to my Fender JMJ Mustang, P-Bass and my Rickenbacker 4003. Those other basses just have such a great low fundamental that the Sandberg doesn't have. Could this be a potentiometer issue? Stock strings? Any help from your end would be appreciated.
I must have missed this message, sorry! If you're still looking for an answer: Sandberg use 500k pots which is part of the reason they are so much brighter than a Fender. I changed volume and tone to 250k in my passive Sandberg. This will give it a more Fender-style tone. Stock Sandberg pickup are also quite bright. Replacing the pots may only be part of the solution. Sorry I missed this message back in 2020! :)
no worries! I think i might still do that swap. Thanks