Question about Yamaha Rbx374 4String Electric Bass Guitar
Yes, active use different value pots than passive. The volume control is LIKELY an "audio taper" which can be either an "A" or a "B" marking as there is confusion about the marking. The resistance is likely around 500K ohms down to as low as 50K ohms. The marking MIGHT be something like 504 B or 503 B or the same with the letter "A".
An A500 pot might be only 50 ohms... That would result in very low output. Again, the marking in the industry is not consistent.
Best bet is to get the part from Yamaha. Go to Yamaha America "parts" dept in California. You can search the phone number with Google.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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