I am a convert. Don't be so precious about the traditional style tele cups - you cannot really see them when they are plugged in, and who looks at the jack anyway as a major feature?
These are too easy to install - and you are instantly rewarded with no more loose jacks, the funnel shape directs the plug in, and they do look great for those who are worried.
If I still haven't convinced you / you are worried about resale, just buy a new 90c retainer clip at the same time and keep it with the old traditional cup in the junk drawer.
Pretty simple and straightforward. Worked great on my semi-hollow tele. Would recommend.
I wanted a jack to fit on the side of a slim custom body so as not to spoil the lines of the guitar.This fitted snugly and securely into the body.It is well hidden and does not spoil the smooth outline of the body.
I machined the lip off of mine and recessed it a little and it is subtle and solid, yet easy to remove if needed.
A solid socket that neatly guides the plug into the jack and is simple to install or modify. I prefer the look of the traditional Tele mount, but find the Electrosocket is a better functional design.
If they would have had these when they built teles in the first place, they would have used them...helps fix a weak point, and the advantage of this outweighs trying to stay original..keep the original and put it back in when you sell it, but you are going to want to have this one in and using it while playing
Worked great, fit my MIM Nashville Deluxe Tele. Simple to install.
easy to install, no loosey goosey!
Worked well on a home made Tele body that had issues with the stock jack mount
This completely solves the problem of the ever-loosening jack nut. And it was so easy to install.
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