Seymour Duncan Liberator 500 Volume PotItem ID: Liberator500
Solderless Pickup Connector with Integrated 500k Pot
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Liberate Your Pickup Changes!Thanks to Seymour Duncan's Liberator 500, changing pickups is no longer a tedious, messy process. That's because the Liberator lets you change your pickups without soldering connections. You get a color-coded set of connections right onboard, and the integrated 500k volume pot works incredibly well (especially with humbucking pickups). Each screw-clamp connector accepts tinned or bare pickup leads; all you need is a screwdriver and you're good to go. You get positive, dependable connections plus amazing flexibility. Make that guitar play, sound, and perform exactly the way you want it to; install a Liberator 500!
Seymour Duncan Liberator 500 Solderless Pickup Connector and Potentiometer Features:
Seymour Duncan's LIBERATOR pickup change system makes it incredibly easy to swap pickups!
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Reviewsbased on 1 review
easy to install, Good but Huge Delay in volume.
by fromthe install was easy! it also allows me to swap pickups in a breeze. but after install and hooking guitar up to an amp i noticed a slight delay in the volume. I mean the volume wont come on until the... read more [+] pot is turned a quarter the way up. and if you turn the volume up really fast when your pegged out the volume will continue to rise until it reaches full volume which is about a second or so of a delay. but if you turn the volume up very slowly everything works fine. Its not a huge issue for me but it might be for someone else. close [-]
April 2, 2012
Robert, Chester, VA