Threaded Endpin Jack

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Top quality 1/4" jack can be wired for mono or stereo. Easily tightens from the outside. That's pretty convenient when you can't get your hand in the instrument, especially on ukes!

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Threaded Endpin Jack

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Top quality 1/4" jack can be wired for mono or stereo. Easily tightens from the outside. That's pretty convenient when you can't get your hand in the instrument, especially on ukes!

Tip (positive) is shortest terminal.
Ring (stereo output or battery switch) is mid-length terminal.
Ground is the long terminal coming off the side of the jack.

Overall length: 1-13/16" (46.04mm)
Threaded portion: 1-1/8" (28.58mm)
Thread: 9/16-12
Diameter: .556" (14.12mm)

Installation tip: Use our Tap to cut 9/16-12 wood threads in the tailblock, which will fit the jack perfectly. A 1/2" starter hole is required, get one with our Endpin Jack Reamer.

Installation Key is recommended.


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input jacks

By lefty's rule from duluth mn
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, July 02, 2012


these work great for giutars that are to thin to mount a plate mounted jack.

well made piece of equip.

By MOF Instruments from Greenwood, Ar
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, November 06, 2011


I have used this endpin jack for several years and recently bought the tap made to cut grooves in the tail block. I have to tighten up the endpin with silicon now to keep tight. this is a very good output jack

end pin error

By Duckster from Toronto Canada
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, May 18, 2011


I recently purchased a thread in endpin jack. I got busy and fired up the soldering iron and proceded to get to work. Pickups ready and a new volume pot also just purchased it should have gone really smooth. A short time later I was ready to test out my work. This is not the first guitar project I have done and was pretty confident what the results would be. Into the music studio I go and plug the bad boy in. What.. it doesn't work... What went wrong Check all the connections and every thing is as it should be. A short time later I discovered that the endpin jack was defective. Man all that work and I a get a defective part. A little part hunting in my box of spare parts and I located a jack that I could use in the short term, but now require a replacement from StewMac. Never have I had a problem with defective parts before.



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