These are pix of the factory-installed volume pots from an Epiphone Sheraton II, pulled out during a full re-wiring of the guitar... Followers of the Epiphone Sheraton II may be aware that, despite some excellent playability and sound reviews, their electronics are legendary for lousy reliability. Within a year of new-purchase the jack was popping, the pots were scratching, and the switch was intermittent at best. Not wanting the same trash hardware to be put back in it, I never brought it back to the store for fixing. Just yesterday I got around to re-wiring it, and discovered the above. Suffice it to say my soldering style differs a bit from the above. --Ray BTW, I put a pair of ToneStylers in it. Usually I love these things, but in this particular guitar I actually think I liked the stock tone system better...tone caps at .022 and .047, which loaded the pups very nicely even when wide open. The pups, incidentally, are really pretty import takes on Gib's '57's, or at least that's what the stamping on the back says. A bit microphonic, but very distinctive and way easy on the ears. Beautiful guit apart from the awful wiring.