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Do your guitar knobs move too easily?
The Hugga® offers just the right resistance, making the pot harder to turn and keeping your settings where you like them. Works great on those pesky Strat® knobs you keep bumping into.

Takes just seconds to install: Remove your guitar knob, press a Hugga in the bottom, and reinstall the knob on your pot. It's that easy! The more you push your knob down, the harder it is to smoothly turn.

These 3/4" diameter compressible rubber washers fit 1/4" and 6mm pot shafts, solid or split. Adhesive-backed on one side, they can be cut down to fit smaller knobs.


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3.0

These are OK.

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I have a loose volume knob on my Strat (kept turning it down with the heel of my hand) so I gave these a try. They do the job, but I had to use two discs to give my volume knob the resistance I was after and these huggas are a bit pricey. They're a good idea, but I might try to make my own.

2.0

Eh.

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Verified Buyer


These do add some resistance to knobs, and for really bad ones they'll help. That said, they give the knob a 'spongy' quality that feels cheap. The rotation isn't smooth, and when your hand comes off the knob, the rotation sets back a bit. As some guitarists suggest, I'm going to try O-Rings next time: even if they don't work, a 10-pack can be had for under half the cost of a pack of Huggas.

4.0

Best solution I've found so far, but . . .

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The strat is a near-perfect guitar, but sometimes it's a little too easy for me (and many others) to roll off the volume knob accidentally during aggressive strumming. This device works as described, but it seems to be losing some of its utility after just a few weeks. Pushing the knob down farther to make it stay firm may make it too tight to operate intentionally, and pulling up on it just a smidge sometimes disables it completely. Even if finding the sweet spot is getting trickier, though, these things are cheap enough to replace often.

5.0

Clever, Simple Solution for Loose Pots

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Verified Buyer


We used to use 'O' rings for this, but they squeeze out from under knobs and added too much or too little tension. These little washers work great. The trick is the adhesive the sticks the washer to the knob. No more squeeze out! The foam washers add just the right amount of tension to a loose pot.

5.0

They do what they say they do.

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Verified Buyer


Easy to install and fix the problem with the strat knobs. I recommend them and will buy again as needed.

5.0

Snug Control

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Verified Buyer


The Huggas provide what I call "snug control" for the knob on my Strat's middle pickup tone pot. They are pressure sensitive; so, you can set the amount of "hug" you need. My other control pot knobs haven't given me any problem; but if they do, I have two more handy Hugga solutions. Thank you StewMac for another excellent accessory product !!!

5.0

Great Product!

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Verified Buyer


This completely eliminates involuntary movement of the volume knobs. Thank you, StewMac!

5.0

A simple solution

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Verified Buyer


I have installed the nicer-looking speed knobs on both Strats I own, but with the volume pot location so close to the strings, I was constantly accidentally changing the volume of my guitars during jams. These simple adhesive-backed foam disks solved the problem quickly and easily. A great solution to am annoying problem!

5.0

The Hugga® offers just the right resistance

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Verified Buyer


Great Idea and product. Installs in minutes and works perfect. I'm buying a set for each of my 3 Stratocaster guitars.

4.0

Huggas

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I think that the Huggas perform as advertised - they keep the knobs from moving. However, due to their rubber composition, when the knob is turned, it stretches the rubber. Then when the knob is released, the stretched rubber returns to its original shape. The "springiness" in the rubber and the rubber's friction between the knob and pick guard causes the rubber to stretch and when it "recovers", it moves the knob back slightly.

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