Electrosocket Jack Mount

Electrosocket Jack Mount

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Electrosocket Jack Mount Chrome

Chrome

Item # 4284
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$7.50

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Electrosocket Jack Mount Satin Chrome

Satin Chrome

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Electrosocket Jack Mount Black

Black

Item # 4284-B
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$8.10

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Electrosocket Jack Mount Satin Black

Satin Black

Item # 4283-B
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$8.10

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Electrosocket Jack Mount Nickel

Nickel

Item # 4284-N
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$7.50

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Electrosocket Jack Mount Gold

Gold

Item # 4284-G
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$8.70

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Electrosocket Jack Mount

About This Item

Be done with loose Tele® output jacks forever!

Simply drill the two mounting screw holes, thread the jack into the Electrosocket, and screw it in place to hold the jack firmly in place for the next millennium. Handy for speaker cabinets, too!

Electrosocket Jack Mount for Tele® guitars accepts a standard 1/4" (3/8 x 32 thread) Switchcraft Output Jack (not included) and fits a standard 7/8"-diameter hole, without damage to the guitar.

Plating options: anodized satin (aluminum) or shiny plated brass.

Mounting screws included.

Trade Secrets!

Trade Secrets!

Two ways to fix a Telecaster's wobbly input jack

If you play a Telecaster, you've probably experienced a loose input jack. This weeks issue offers two solutions.

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4.0

Problem Solver

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Verified Buyer


I'm new to guitar repairs and this was my first Telecaster repair. I found out quickly that the Tele has a poorly designed output jack configuration. The years of plugging in had bent the jack plate that is embedded into the wood. Since the wood is gouged out I didn't feel confident that replacing the plate would last very long. This Electrosocket was invented for just that reason. The screws thread in at an angle which seems to make a very solid mount. My one and only issue is the diameter of the cup flange is slightly smaller than the original cup. This exposes some body damage around the mounting hole that was covered up by the original cup. Other wise, this is a good fix.

5.0

Ultra-secure jack mount for Tele - or any electric guitar with side-mounted jack

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Verified Buyer


The shop where I work uses these by default for all the custom electric guitars we build. I'll be installing one of them in a fender-ish bass that I'm building, and another on my Squier Tele. These things completely eliminate the annoying looseness that plagues the original-style Tele jack installation.

5.0

Electro Socket

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Verified Buyer


Good product. Came on time and works well. Thanks StewMac

5.0

Perfect solution!

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Verified Buyer


This is a perfect solution for loose tele jacks. I will be ordering more to replace all my jack plates. Thanks!!

5.0

Great Alternative

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Verified Buyer


First time I have used this Jack mount and worked really well. One piece of advice , before you screw in the cup, test the connection with your cord into the jack to ensure a good fit and sound connection.

5.0

Awesome

By

Verified Buyer


I've used this on several builds. Love them. Perfect fit and finish.

5.0

Solved the problem

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Verified Buyer


It solved the problem of my Telecaster jack pulling out. Well worth the money.

5.0

Very nice repair part to a pesky problem.

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Verified Buyer


Got this to fix a worn out part on an electric guitar.
Arrived quickly, easy fix and appears to be a permanent solution; plus its very high quality stuff.
thnx StewMac,
...nick

5.0

Terrific jackplate.

By

Verified Buyer


I use these in every tele build i do. Solid, strong, and beautiful.

5.0

Electro socket Tele jack replacement

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If you have a Tele with a standard jack, this is an ideal low cost upgrade. No soldering involved. Be careful pulling out the piece of metal that the jack goes through. Use needle nose pliers to pull it out. Screw the new jack plate onto the jack and install the two small screws in each side of the new jack plate. Very easy and only takes a few minutes.

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