Overall these jacks are great because they limit EM interference but they have one flaw: they're not adjustable. When they get tired, they start acting up with intermittent connectivity. I solve that problem by drilling a small hole in the casing over the tip tab and then use a piece of used guitar string to push the contact back into place.
My client asked for a jack replacement on a Warwick Streamer with some active pickups installed. Since good flush-mount output jacks are unavailable here I've ordered it from Stewmac online shop.
The jack is easy to solder and install so it was a quick job for me.
It's been past two months and the jack doesn't seem to have any loose or some scratchy disconnection noise in it.
So buy this stuff. It's reliable!
The best solution for installing a pickup in a banjo either in the rim or the resonator. This fitting won't rip expensive linings in cases.
I use this system for my electric violins simple to install and durable.
Use the small end of the lead for mono out. Would like to see one that is lighter.
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