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NoJak Endpin

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NoJak Endpin White plastic

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Item # 4144
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NoJak Endpin

About This Item

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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5.0

NoJak Endpin

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Verified Buyer


This Thing did the trick and installed quite easily. I bought and Eastman guitar that someone had pulled the electronic pickup out of it and left the 1/2" hole exposed. The NoJak endpin worked like charm and looks great too!

5.0

Plug that hole!

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Verified Buyer


I bought a guitar with a pickup installed and removed it. The end pin hole had to be enlarged for the jack so a stock end pin plug was too small. This worked fine and solved the problem. Realitively inexpensive also.

5.0

This is a good item to have on hand. Quick fix for a common problem.

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Verified Buyer


We sold an inexpensive Uke to a customer who never used the plug in feature and was happy with the a acoustic sound of the instrument. Besides, the electronics were poor quality in the first place. Rather than buy a new instrument we simply removed the tail peg jack and replaced with Nojack. Problem solved in minutes at very low cost.

5.0

Great replacement

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Verified Buyer


Something I have been looking for. It works great and you will not be disappointed.

4.0

Works great

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Verified Buyer


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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Verified Buyer


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!

By

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.

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