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NoJak Endpin White plastic

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Item # 4144
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NoJak Endpin Ebony

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NoJak Endpin

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De-electrifying your acoustic guitar? Replace your strap jack with our unique NoJak endpin and restore the traditional look.

No woodworking, gluing, plugging, redrilling or reaming—the NoJak endpin fits the same 1/2"-diameter hole. The Allen-adjustable expansion sleeve gives a secure fit. And if you ever decide to plug in again, swapping back to your strap jack is no big deal.

Guitarmakers: The NoJak endpin lets you drill the same hole size for all your acoustic and acoustic-electric models, with no additional reaming or tapering.

The NoJak Endpin was designed by the Stewart-MacDonald R&D team.

The pin slides into the 3/4"-long plastic expansion sleeve, and adjusts from inside the guitar with the supplied black metal screw. 5/32" (4mm) Allen wrench required.


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4.0

Works great

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This plug works great for plugging the 1/2 inch hole. I just wish it had a rubber grommet to be softer on the wood.

5.0

Perfectly Fills Oversized Former-Jack End Pin Holes

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The title says it all! If you are taking an old friend back to acoustic-only, then this is the ticket. Easy to install and fits tight.

5.0

As described!

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Verified Buyer


Works great.

5.0

Works Great!

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Verified Buyer


I recently removed the undersaddle pickup from one of my guitars, and wanted an easy way to restore an endpin, to look original. This did the trick. I didn't even take the string off. I just put it in the hole, and turned the pin with my fingers till it was good and tight. I bought the white one which has a grey sleeve. Not fond of gray, I wish the sleeve had been brown or blond, or black, but it's hardly even noticeable so mox nix. This is the easiest, and the cheapest way I found to restore the endpin hole.

2.0

Be Very Careful

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Verified Buyer


This came with no instructions and as I attempted to put four of these in various guitars I had one endblock start to crack. I then tried to get it out and even when the screw is loosened considerably the jack would not come out, it gets wedged in there. I had to drill it out. Seems like a good idea but I find it isn't really a good solution. Anyone trying to get this out in the future is sure to be puzzled and frustrated. I opted to fill all four holes with dowels and touch up the finish and install Waverly strap buttons.

5.0

Works Great!

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Verified Buyer


Decided to remove the Fishman electronics from a 30 year old, beautiful sounding Martin D-16M. This NoJak Endpin sufficiently fixed the hole that was enlarged where the original endpin fit. This did exactly what it was supposed to, allow me now to safely use a strap for playing.

5.0

Exactly what I needed. Thanks!

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Exactly what I needed. Thanks!

5.0

Good and Useful Product

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For me, electronics on a guitar are useless, microphones are made if amplification is needed. Because of my attitude towards electronics, the NoJack endpin and it's adapter is going to work out fine for me. I haven't installed it yet as I am waiting for a string change, the pin is secured from inside with a screw that tightens the tapered shank into the adapter bushing. I ordered the ebony pin, and when I first looked at the pin, I thought it might be plastic, but looking it over closer, it may be ebony after all, it is a little shinier than my bridge pins though. If you hate your endpin/jack, the NoJack is a good and attractive solution and cleans up an eyesore. I would really love it if we had a choice of either real bone or Fossilized Mastadon Ivory. This is an excellent product that solves a real problem.

5.0

NoJak was no problem

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I had a LR Baggs M1 pickup install in my old Takamine G335 12-string. After purchasing a new Takamine P3DC-12, I wanted to reuse the pickup in my Dean Exotic Zebrawood 6-string. The NoJak Endpin was a perfect solution. Easy install. Looks like a professional job.

5.0

Required sandling/turning the sleeve down for a Fishman Rare Earth jack hole

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The fishman jack is not as wide as a 1/2" standard jack, so the sleeve had to be sanded down considerably to fit hole and was still snug. Took about an hour of careful work not wanting to damage the plastic. However once it could be coaxed in with the unit loosely assembled, it could be tightened sufficiently even without tools by pulling out gently and turning. The pin covered the hole completely in my case, nice and flush. Looks factory perfect. A half a turn with a 4mm on the inside and it is not going to move.

Nice that it is completely reversible if I decide to put the pickup back in.

Even though it says ebony, it looks like black plastic to me, but I could be wrong.

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