1. Get your hands on a schematic so you can see the spec for each pot, e.g., 10 kOhm linear, 150 kOhm audio, etc.
2. Have a peek inside the chassis to see what each pot type is. Specifically, how it's mounted and how the connections are made. Does it solder directly to the PC board? Is it attached to a face plate and connected with individual wires to the circuit?
Once you have these two bits of info, you can order the correct spec/type for each pot and get to work.
That answers your question. And now here's some unsolicited advice: "don't fix it if it ain't broken--or you might fix it until it is."
This advice assumes the current pots in there are working as they should; they rotate, they operate silently with no scratchy pops, and the amp is performing correctly. Replacing the pots to improve their feel will not make the amp sound any better.
For what it's worth
Last Edit: Feb 9, 2020 16:32:30 GMT -5 by Peegoo 🏁
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