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    The last batch of shrink-wrapped gibson pots and switches I got were all used. Here's an example with solder on it, and plier damage to the nut. I guess thats what they mean by "bench tested?"
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    The switches always come pre-tinned. As far as the plier damage is concerned, I don't see any visible in the picture, but the plating can be a bit sloppy sometimes.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Plucky View Post
      The switches always come pre-tinned. As far as the plier damage is concerned, I don't see any visible in the picture, but the plating can be a bit sloppy sometimes.
      Oh, thanks. Never Mind.

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      • #4
        Why buy them from Gibson? I'm sure you are paying more money than if you get the parts elsewhere. Gibson doesn't make those parts.
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