Sure. If you are willing to give up the remote control, you might even consider stepped attenuators for the VC.
Depends on how the circuit board is laid out inside that case.
The volume control in your product is probably hardwired right to a circuit board (along with a bunch of other buttons and switches in your product.)
So you would need to open yoour product and see if the volume control has the room to allow a different replacement.
Some preamps are more hand wired and one could replace the volume control with anything that would fit within the space.
Others, nearly impossible.
Then even if you do have room, you need to know what the specs are on the original volume control, or you may wind up with nearly no usable movement in a wrong one. IE: either only a tiny movement from quiet to blasting, or in addition, the control is at the top or bottom of travel with limited use and no good control of the volume, or full turning from zero to 100% still only gives a small variation in the volume..
Would suggest replacing a pot with a good attenuator, if practical. I had to do a custom DIY because of the values but that's a lot of work. Goldpoint, Marchand, and DACT have a lot more options since back then.
Nowadays, would be more inclined to use a series relay board or a chip (PGA2310) with a rotary encoder or LCD touch screen. There are kits for just about everything.