Flush-mount Output Jack

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For solidbody guitar. Accepts a standard 1/4" plug, and can be wired mono or stereo.

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Flush-mount Output Jack

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Product Details

For solidbody guitar. Accepts a standard 1/4" plug, and can be wired mono or stereo.

Overall length 2". 1/2"-diameter mounting hole, and at least 7/16" wood thickness required. Chrome.

The short terminal is positive, the mid-length terminal is the "ring" (for stereo output, or for battery switching in mono wiring), and the long arm on the side is ground.


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LOOKS GREAT

By HarVette from Kennewick, WA
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, June 04, 2014


I use these exclusively on all my guitars. Only complaint is I occasionally get a dud. No way to repair. Otherwise, definitely worth the price.

Almost perfect...

By Creative Acoustics from Halifax
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, April 23, 2014


I've used these for my last three builds, and I love them. They look great and work great, 5 stars. However, they are only available in chrome. As it's small, and on the edge of the guitar, it's not really noticeable. But when all the other hardware is black or gold, this does tend to stand out.

If you have to...

By Pacific North Coast Guitars from Washington USA
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, April 01, 2014


I use these if thats whats asked for or for a direct replacement of one thats worn out. That brings up the inherent problem with these jacks, they wear out. And unlike Switchcraft or similar jacks that can be bent back to contact again, these are just a throw away part. I stay away from them cause Ive replaced way too many worn out ones to wanna put any new ones in anything. But for vintage instruments that have this style jack thats worn out (cause they will wear out) they work as a great replacement.

Just as expected

By Laurent Vaslin from Paimpont, FRANCE
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, September 27, 2013


I don't really like that kind of jack, that one is just like the others, not resistant enough.

waste of money

By old guy from Wallace, NC
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, July 18, 2013


My luthier installed this in my bass and I had it removed due to complete failure (pieces fell out when I pulled the plug) and the amount of noise created by the "slop" in the fit. The plug could be wiggled inside the jack and the buzzing encountered if the cable, bass or myself moved was intolerable. I've never had a conventional input jack self destruct and a sloppy fit is easily remedied with the old conventional input jacks. In my opinion these are definitely not a "better mousetrap".

Makes the trick for now on...

By A. Couture from Canada
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, March 21, 2013


I use it on a customer's guitar which connectors in the output jack came loose. The output jack had already been changed in the past by another luthier. Since this kind of output jack is the only one that fits in his guitar, I had no choice but ordering this one...
Now everything works fine, but only two weeks have passed since the installation. Let's hope for the customer that, this time, it will last longer!!

Nice jack, but...

By JSlugman from Fairfield, California
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, March 18, 2013


Jack seems solid and decently built, would have been nice to have gotten a slip of paper with wiring information. My old-man brain only has so much space for info.

Good Jack

By Jimr from Northern KY
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, January 03, 2013


Well built, easy to install.

Excellent

By Muhammad from New Zealand
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, March 14, 2012


I like the extra space given for the earth prong, was able to use this for most of the ground points. The jack makes a nice tight fit with my guitar cable. No scratchy connection either.

Keep spares if you play a lot

By Shawn O'Neill from Westville, South Africa
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, February 23, 2012


These are a very neat solution, but be warned, if you play a lot expect to replace these particular sockets regularly. There are better quality versions available at a higher price.

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