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CAT # RSW-50 4.5 out of 5 stars(2 Reviews) Write a Review

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2-pole, 3 position rotary switch. 9mm threaded bushing. 6mm knurled, split shaft is 10mm long. Solder lug terminals.
WARNING: May cause cancer or reproductive harm.
California Prop. 65
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functional, cleanable & priced to move! 5 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: from PHOENIX, AZ USA

3 way two pole rotary switches are commonly used by myself in converting Fender public address amplifiers into guitar amplifiers. We like to call it "reclaimed tone", or "upcycled amplification". The 135 watt ultra-linear amps are loud and clean, but not too desirable. Take the taps off, and turn the amp into a Howard Dumble style amp, and they are incredible sounding. These switches are used for the warm, bright & brighter, rock & jazz, and mid switches. It need not look like a Dumble to sound like one, and there are still improvements to be made on anything. Howard Dumble made numerous versions of amplifiers, base on a few common themes. I like the 500 volt B+ on the 135 PA for a good Dumble tone. The switches make those amps work without drilling any extra holes. They also work in thicker body guitars. The 4 pole versions will usually NOT quite fit in SGs, or other thin guitars. For those I use something else. These are very good for ham radio, audio, guitars, bass guitars, guitar amps, preamps, audio switching for ham radio & computer sound cards, mic pramps, EQs, etc.

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Can't complain 4 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: from SEATTLE, WA USA

Can't complain, even though one of these shorting type switches was noticeably oxidized. But, It cleaned up nicely and now shows consistent resistance of.1 ohm and less. The shafts are somewhat difficult to turn, so you might want large knobs. They're well built, though.

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