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Switchcraft Output Jack

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Switchcraft Output Jack Mono

Mono

Item # 4652
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$3.64

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Switchcraft Output Jack Stereo

Stereo

Item # 4653
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$4.10

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Switchcraft Output Jack Mono, long thread

Mono, long thread

Item # 4650
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$3.90

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Switchcraft Output Jack Stereo, long thread

Stereo, long thread

Item # 4651
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$4.90

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Switchcraft Output Jack

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The industry standard for output jacks, and we've got them for mono and stereo applications.

These Switchcraft™ jacks accept standard 1/4" plugs. A mono jack is suitable for most guitars; a stereo jack can be used for stereo wiring, or to enable onboard active electronics when a 1/4" mono plug is inserted.

Choose the long thread jack for guitars and basses that have a thick top or control plate. The extra threads give the nut a bit more to bite on. Great for older Gibsons like the SG and EB bass.

  • Required mounting hole diameter: 3/8" (9.53mm)
  • Thread: 3/8 x 32
  • Thread height: 1/4" (6.35mm)
  • Long thread height: 3/8" (9.53mm)

Mounting nut and flat washer included.


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Switch craft jacks are well built and stew mac dont dissappoint in price, I used to get stuff online but dont bother any more - stew macs A-OK in my book

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This is an often overlooked component when building, re-building or upgrading a guitar or bass. I use stereo jacks in everything I do and I dont do much work on stereo instruments. The extra spring contact point holds the jack tip tighter than a mono jack for a few cents more. Great contact without crackle or noise. Tough spring contact points won't bend out of shape over time. Great product.

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What can you say Switchcraft makes quality parts.

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Switchcraft Jacks

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Switchcraft jacks are installed on every guitar I own. To do the job right every time got to have the best parts.

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Just the thing, Jack!

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The jack on my Les Paul clone was crackling and getting worse and worse. This was cheap enough to just buy and see if it would fix it. I got it in a couple of days, searched online for a soldering instructional or two, and it works great. Nice clean tone again.

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Looking for the best? You got it

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Don't fool around, this is the real deal. Solid, durable jack.

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Output Jack

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What can you say Switchcraft makes quality parts. Thanks

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Switchcraft Output Jack

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Mil-spec quality made to last. Why would you put anything less as the last connection from your instrument to your amp. It just doesn't get better than this.

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Don't Fool Around

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If you want the RIGHT Output Jack you need the right CONNECTION - Stewart MacDonald! These fit in Fender Strats as well as Strat-a-like bodies. They fit right not too tight.

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Easy quick part of cleaning up a guitar

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when I get guitars that "hiss and pop when the thingy moves around in the jack" I instantly pull out the input jack to see what it looks like... not switchcraft, its gone, problem solved, customer happy, doesn't come back for the same problem.

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