Knobbing mini pedals

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  1. radiocaster

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    I put some knobs on these pedals.
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    They are copies of the Davies #1900, the one on the left is "crystal" and the one on the right is "clear". There was also another model similar to these but with a metal insert, I didn't buy that one.

    The "clear" one is less transparent and you can see the pointer a bit better, not that it's a huge difference. It would be the one to get if a pot has a really bright LED under it. These pedals only have LEDs under the big knob in the middle.

    The knobs I bought feel really smooth, like they were stock and made for these pedals. Of course, you don't have to buy clear ones, you can buy ones in solid colors and it should work just as well.
     
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    Being from Europe, surely you must be aware of what "knobbing" means.
     
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    I am quite aware, I just thought it was funny so I posted it anyway.
     
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    I'm still smiling. Great word.
     
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    I have one of these in my home studio and it brightens my day every time.

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