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Fender 72 Telecaster Skirted Black Volume Knob  

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    Fender‘72 Telecaster Skirted Black Volume Knob
     
    5.0

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    5.0

    Its a knob. Functional - and it looks cool.

    By Nick Kromenacker

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Fender ‘72 Telecaster Skirted Black Volume Knob:

    I wanted to see my vol/tone settings. This does the job.

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    5.0

    Old School Feel!

    By Bobby-l4b4C

    from Las Vegas

    Comments about Fender ‘72 Telecaster Skirted Black Volume Knob:

    Love the way this looks! Plus, they leave out a piece of information that could be important to someone looking for a new knob:These are designed for split-shaft controls, NOT solid shaft! They are not the true vintage ones that are set in place with a little screw, they just look like those old ones.This is fine for me (I threw them on a Strat), but if you're dressing up an older or vintage style guitar, you may want to track down the real deal, or be aware that you may have to get some new hardware, too :)/

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