Tube Amp Doctor 'TAD' Mustard capacitor - .0022uF / 2.2nF / 2200pF

£3.33 £1.00

About
My favoured 'SoZo' branded yellow mustard caps became increasingly difficult to get hold of through the beginning of 2021 sadly, so whilst I on the hunt for a viable alternative I gave the 'TAD' version a try and they're superb! So much so, these are now my go-to spec and have performed very very well, having got through well over a thousand caps now. All within tolerance, not a single broken leadout etc, so a solidly made good sounding cap. A fairly priced, quality reproduction of the classed mustard style tone caps, I'm more than happy to use these in my own guitars and harness kits. 

Which value for my guitar?
.0022uF / 2.2nF / 2200pF is commonly seen in amplifiers and can also be used in guitars as an alternative option for treble bleed mods for example. I wouldn't personally recommend this to be used for a traditional tone pot capacitor value though, it won't be very effective. But certainly as a treble bleed capacitor option and you could also use it as a 'fixed' cap value, like on the 'Eldred Mod' Esquire wiring style for example if you find the traditional .0047uF not suited to your preferences. It could also be used as an alternative value for Fender Jaguar and Bass VI 'Strangle switch' fixed cap, those traditionally use a 3.3nF value but this 2.2uF could provide you with an alternative sound/response for example if you enjoy experimenting and trying out different specs. So some useful options for this cap value and I hope it helps having this available here.

.0022uF / 2.2nF / 2200pF
630V
"
Replicas of the authentic Film-to-Foil Alu/PE design of the 60s Mullard/Philips capacitors as used in famous british Amps of the 60s till mid 70s.
Dedicated to bring back the character of the classic Marshall and Hiwatt amps for restoration of old original amps, to beef-up remakes or simply to tweak new made amps."

Availability
In Stock, clearance price

About
My favoured 'SoZo' branded yellow mustard caps became increasingly difficult to get hold of through the beginning of 2021 sadly, so whilst I on the hunt for a viable alternative I gave the 'TAD' version a try and they're superb! So much so, these are now my go-to spec and have performed very very well, having got through well over a thousand caps now. All within tolerance, not a single broken leadout etc, so a solidly made good sounding cap. A fairly priced, quality reproduction of the classed mustard style tone caps, I'm more than happy to use these in my own guitars and harness kits. 

Which value for my guitar?
.0022uF / 2.2nF / 2200pF is commonly seen in amplifiers and can also be used in guitars as an alternative option for treble bleed mods for example. I wouldn't personally recommend this to be used for a traditional tone pot capacitor value though, it won't be very effective. But certainly as a treble bleed capacitor option and you could also use it as a 'fixed' cap value, like on the 'Eldred Mod' Esquire wiring style for example if you find the traditional .0047uF not suited to your preferences. It could also be used as an alternative value for Fender Jaguar and Bass VI 'Strangle switch' fixed cap, those traditionally use a 3.3nF value but this 2.2uF could provide you with an alternative sound/response for example if you enjoy experimenting and trying out different specs. So some useful options for this cap value and I hope it helps having this available here.

.0022uF / 2.2nF / 2200pF
630V
"
Replicas of the authentic Film-to-Foil Alu/PE design of the 60s Mullard/Philips capacitors as used in famous british Amps of the 60s till mid 70s.
Dedicated to bring back the character of the classic Marshall and Hiwatt amps for restoration of old original amps, to beef-up remakes or simply to tweak new made amps."

Availability
In Stock, clearance price