Dome Knob

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Metal dome with knurling and set screw. The traditional Fender Tele® knob, also used on many other guitars, basses, lap steels and more.

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Dome Knob Chrome, 6mm shaft

Chrome, 6mm shaft

Item # 0169
In stock, ready to ship!

$3.71

6 or more $3.23
12 or more $2.78
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Dome Knob Black, 6mm shaft

Black, 6mm shaft

Item # 0169-B
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$4.89

6 or more $4.25
12 or more $3.67
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Dome Knob Gold, 6mm shaft

Gold, 6mm shaft

Item # 0169-G
In stock, ready to ship!

$5.26

6 or more $4.58
12 or more $3.94
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Dome Knob Chrome, 1/4" shaft

Chrome, 1/4" shaft

Item # 0157
In stock, ready to ship!

$3.71

6 or more $3.23
12 or more $2.78
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Dome Knob Black, 1/4" shaft

Black, 1/4" shaft

Item # 0157-B
In stock, ready to ship!

$5.59

6 or more $4.86
12 or more $4.19
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Dome Knob Gold, 1/4" shaft

Gold, 1/4" shaft

Item # 0157-G
In stock, ready to ship!

$5.89

6 or more $5.12
12 or more $4.42
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Details

Metal dome with knurling and set screw. The traditional Fender Tele® knob, also used on many other guitars, basses, lap steels and more.

Sold separately.

Measure your control pot shafts before you order!
• 6mm knobs work with course-knurl, fine-knurl, and 6mm solid shaft pots.
• 1/4" knobs work with 1/4" solid shafts.

To install a knob that has a set screw on a split-shaft pot, align the screw with the split in the pot shaft before tightening.


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Dome Knobs add class.

By A.Rockstarr from Philadelphia PA USA
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, April 14, 2012


Dome knobs totally add class to a guitar. they're easy to grip with the pinky, and set up in push-pull configurations they work great. Get them to match the tuning keys and the guitar just pops on stage.

Top notch nobs!

By Zig from Martinsburg, WV
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, April 02, 2012


Heavy, well made (no ugly casting marks or extra bits hanging off). Another fine product from StewMac!
Working on my first project guitar, and so far, no one beats StewMac for information, variety, and quality!

ok

By OTANIEL from CASCAVEL, PR, BRASIL
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, March 28, 2012


ok

How's yer knob?

By EastBayJ from Oakland, CA
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, March 26, 2012


Mine's good. You have to make sure to get the set screw tight, especially since these are a little weightier than your typical plastic knobs. Once you have it tightened down, this thing is like a tank.

classic style and functionality

By Leo M Whitebird from Mpls Mnn
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, March 23, 2012


Simple but elegant styling, knurling is exc. for on-the-fly pinky vol. tweaks. Mates perfectly with CTS pots.

Knobs

By Bjarne Bayard from Denmark
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, March 16, 2012


Nice bling, exellent quality, easy fit

Knobs

By resoamp from Beechworth Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, March 08, 2012


These are big, heavy and have a screw to mount them. Not sure if they are infused with vintage tone mojo, but they sure work well as knobs. They look good, turn well and are a match made in heaven for solid shaft CTS pots. Make sure you get knobs designed to fit your pot shafts to avoid grief. Do ya homework.Nice.

Chrome knobs

By Joelborghi from Brazil
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, March 08, 2012


Shiny very well made guitar knobs, it really added a special flavor to my new guitar color.

knob 

By kevin j from novato,california, USA
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, February 22, 2012


this is a great knob i used it on my ibanez project guitar, and a pedal i made. i have all chrome hardware and it looks great. you can feel the quality when you turn the knob. its not cheasy like some i have felt.

Nice knobs!

By Bill W from Suwanee, GA
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, February 02, 2012


Got a pair of the black for an Epi LP Jr. I know that's not the normal part for this guitar and it looks a bit smallish but with a black body, bridge and pickup the whole thing has a kind of 'stealth' look to it. Also got a pair of chrome knobs to pretty up a P bass. They're just right. Both pair are solid and exactly what I wanted.

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