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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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All I Use

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These things hold the jacks better than anything I've used, and I've used them ALL! I have Electrosocket Jack Mounts on ALL 5 of my Teles!

5.0

Best socket yet

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I love this socket! no more fumbling in the dark looking for the jack. The plug just slides right in without even having to look.

5.0

Forget those tele jack cups!

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I've put these in several guitars now, and I'm a huge fan. They're superior to the pressed metal jack cups in every way. The jack seems to never get loose in these. Plus, you can't miss the hole when it's time to plug in..

5.0

Buy this now, not repair later

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Do yourself a favor. If you're building a new project Tele or just upgrading an old one, dump that old Fender press in and get one of these. Two pilot holes and a screw driver and forget about it forever! Looks pretty cool too!

5.0

Highly reccomend for tele's!!!

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Like many others have said this is the best jack for tele's, so much more stronger/reliable then the old style, not to mention alot easier to put in, and it doesn't change look much, now if i was doing a tele or esquire replica, i would want the old style, just for looks.

5.0

No more Jack-trouble

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After getting fed up with the metric version of the Electrosocket, I ordered some of yours. Should have done that ages ago!

Problem with metric versions is that you can't get a good jack socket (I have high standards because I'm used to Neutrik and Switchcraft). Now all my jack problems are finally gone!

Stewmac Electrosockets and Switchcraft jacks give you an unbeatable combination!

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5.0

Fit perfect!

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I put this on my telecaster baritone, which had an LP style jack plate, fit perfectly. Its a little tight, but hey i'm not complaining. (filling the old holes later)

5.0

forget about it

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Install this and you'll never think about that wiggly, jiggly old socket again. It's so good, you'll even forget about this new one, which is the whole point.

5.0

Genius Invention

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Yes, a genius invention. Very simple and it solves the problems of the old, loose, buzzing input mechanism that Fender used for years. I also like it because you can regulate the edge of the actual input to meet up with the bottom of the bowl so there's no looking for it in the dark upon changing guitars in a dim room. The picture of my '51 build is pre-electrosocket.

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Great look... no hassle

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I've used many of these, and they're a great way to have a hassle-free, recessed side jack look.

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