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MOD Oil Tone Capacitor, 0.0047uF - 600V


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Brand Name MOD Oil Capacitors
EAN 0609722126892
Part Number C-MOD0047-600
UNSPSC Code 60131500
UPC 609722126892

The MOD Oil Caps are oil impregnated polyester capacitors. Enclosed in an aluminum "mug", they ar... Read full product description



Product Features

  • The MOD Oil Caps are oil impregnated polyester capacitors. Enclosed in an aluminum "mug", they are manufactured with quality materials for durability and superior performance.
  • Originally used solely in Hi-Fi audio equipment oil filled capacitors are now widely used in guitar amplifiers for their rich, natural tone.
  • The MOD caps make great coupling caps; they are not intended to be used as filter caps.
  • Non-Polarized. Minimum lead length = 1.57", lead diameter = 0.03", 0.38" D x 0.85" L Body
  • 0.0047uF - 600V


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  • Shipping Weight: 0.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0051UZHFC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,887 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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The MOD Oil Caps are oil impregnated polyester capacitors. Enclosed in an aluminum "mug", they are manufactured with quality materials for durability and superior performance.    Originally used solely in Hi-Fi audio equipment oil filled capacitors are now widely used in guitar amplifiers for their rich, natural tone.    The MOD caps make great coupling caps; they are not intended to be used as filter caps.    Non-Polarized. Minimum lead length = 1.57", lead diameter = 0.03", 0.38" D x 0.85" L Body    0.0047uF - 600V

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ebay_hater_123 on August 25, 2013
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I'm docking this one star because of a) the size and b) the price. I know that PIO caps are large and expensive, but at the end of the day it's still just a capacitor. PIO caps are the best for audio applications, true, (especially inside a guitar) but they aren't tremendously different from a Chinese capacitor IN FUNCTIONALITY. They're essentially the same.

But, yes, the are great caps in my guitars. I've tried ceramic disc, box and metal film, poly film (greenies the ones Fender provides) and of all these, the MOD's are the best for me. I think I like them better than the Spraque orange drops too. Why? Well, they are slightly warmer (which you may not want at all, can muddy the tone) but I needed that in a couple of the guitars I use them on. Also their "turn-on" factor is far better if you're using them for a volume bleed, so swells and fiddling with your volume knobs... these produce the best results I've heard so far. I think I still prefer the Sprague's to use these as tone control caps, but it's definitely a matter of taste, not which one is "better" here in this application.

But yeah so far for a treble bleed, these MOD's are the best I've used. I'll keep using them. I wish they were smaller as some guitar cavities don't have room for axial caps with large leads, but you have to take the good with the bad I guess.
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