Get a tube of Loctite and put a little drop on the shaft. 242 would probably be the best to use that won't cement the knob on forever. 202 would probably come off too easy and not hold the knob on well?
Hey you guys is this a fake, before one of the guys puts his money down on it?
I've had mine almost 10 years and wouldn't trade it for any other! But mine is completely different than what they produce now? Ebony fretboard, graphite nut, Dirty Fingers pickups, satin finish slim taper neck (Not sure if this applies on others?), 24 frets, Love it!
Hmmm, now I'd have to look up if they are in my Ultra-339 too? I never actually paid much attention to specs (although I probably did at time of purchase?), but as long as it felt good and sounded good, I went with it.
Hmmm, this type has 2 sets of tangs, upper and lower, if yours are like this? It would just be a bit more PITA to clean. Otherwise spring for $7 each and cop some new ones. ;)
I used to do it the hard way, slip a knife blade under the 4 tangs bend them back and pull the the housing off. (Yes, I was a bored, broke-ass kid LOL). Then use alcohol and Q-tip off the track around the pot, cleaning the dirt and carbon build-up (whatever that stuff is). Put it back together...
Their "fancy" logo had the drop-down "N" with a tail like Gibson does. The plainer "straight across" logo was from like 1998 (I forget exactly, been too long since I looked it up) that they went back to.
My Ultra-339, Lee Malia and Genesis Pro's have the straight logo like your Standard. My...
The one I saw was the top.
1. There was an inch below the knobs
2. A piece through the horn and knobs
3. An inch above the knobs
4. The center through the pickups
5. An inch above the pickups
6. A section through the bout and body
7. And an inch piece on the top of the body.