Fishman Switchjack Endpin Jack

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Fishman® Switchjack™ tightens from outside the guitar, for easier installation. Accepts a standard 1/4" plug.

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Fishman Switchjack Endpin Jack Nickel


Item # 1521
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Fishman Switchjack Endpin Jack Gold


Item # 1521-G
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Fishman® Switchjack™ tightens from outside the guitar, for easier installation. Accepts a standard 1/4" plug.

Can be wired for mono or stereo with simultaneous battery switching.
15/32" diameter, for 1/2" mounting hole. Instructions included.

See our 2-step Endpin Jack Reamer for easier endpin jack installations!

The Fishman Switchjack is a stereo jack that can be used for mono, stereo, or mono with battery switching capabilities.

Tip (positive) is shortest terminal.
Ring (stereo output) is mid-length terminal.
Switch (for battery) is long terminal.
Ground is long arm coming from side of jack.

Product Instructions

Switchjack Endpin Jack

Downloadable instructions for the installation and uses of the Switchjack Endpin Jack.

Ratings & Reviews

Fishman Switchjack Endpin Jack

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Fishman Switchjack Endpin Jack

By George Stritter from Newton, NJ
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, May 16, 2011

The best endpin jack for acoustic guitars hands down. Comes with complete wiring instructions for passive and active pickups, additional microphones, etc. This jack seems to have the most non-intrusive installation, as well as the easiest to adjust or tighten up if it loosens. The only slight drawback is the small amount of space allotted for the four connectors. Any connections to the jack should be isolated with heat shrink. Otherwise this is an excellent product from Fishman.

Switchjack Endpin

By MED from Delray, FL
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, April 28, 2011

Our shop used this product several times and it does the job. Its an easy install and cost effective.

High quality

By Peter Barton Guitars from UK
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, March 26, 2011

Easy to fit and well made end pin jacks. Use the Stew Mac reamer to bore the hole for a perfect job.

Guild repair

By Rob Leake from Brookfield ,IL
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, March 18, 2011

Jack on an old Guild acoustic was crackling and popping. I used one of the Endpin Jacks and returned this guitar back to smooth playing instrument.

Simple product

By telewacker from grafton, IL
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, March 11, 2011

This product installs very easily and has a very easy to follow diagram / instruction sheet to use for the most common acoustic pickup combinations. 5 - 10 min tops on the installation.

Best deep panel jack ever.

By Chellee Guitars from Orange City, FL
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, March 10, 2011

I've found that these jack seem much less problematic than any other deep panel jack I've used - including other Switchcraft models. Not only are they great for acoustic guitars, but they're awesome for replacing faulty electric guitar (mono and stereo) versions. They just seem to function longer. Keep several in stock.

Switchjack endpin jack

By Custom Cuatro from Meriden,Ct.
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, September 03, 2010

These Jacks are very hard to find in Music Stores I've been a customer for over ten years and have never had a problem with Stewmac.Always the best quality stuff.

Works as Advertised

By The Lefty Luthier from Spring Branch, Texas
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Have used three of these jacks on my new Boomer instruments and found them to work as advertised.

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