NoJak Endpin

NoJak Endpin

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NoJak Endpin White plastic

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Item # 4144
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NoJak Endpin Ebony

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Item # 4144-E
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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

worked perfectly in 1945 D-18

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the existing hole was 1/2" diameter and I was able to adjust the screw so that I could press it in from the end for a tight fit. I did not need to turn the screw from the inside through the soundhole. Bonus!




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5.0

Works, but be aware

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Verified Buyer


Like many others, I bought one of these and found out later it was too big. I also didn't have the right hex driver to install it. In the end I made it work by shaving down the sleeve and doing a friction fit, but I wasn't satisfied. So I bought another NoJak along with a reamer and a set of hex drivers. With the right size hole and tool to install I had the job done in about two minutes. Bottom line, a great little product, but be sure you have the proper size hole and driver to install before you order.

1.0

not so great !

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Verified Buyer


i bought this to unjack a pickup that featured a metric endpin jack / so... it was to big to install without enlarging the hole which is the last thing i wanted to do... go figure ?

4.0

Measure first

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Verified Buyer


This is a great idea but it was too big for the endpin jack hole in a 60s acoustic I was restoring for a customer. It seems not all endpin jack holes are the same diameter.

1.0

Too Big

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Verified Buyer


It's too big.

5.0

A great idea.

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Verified Buyer


Years ago I took the pickup out of my Martin D-28, and it left an enlarged end pin hole. Didn't know what to do other than fashion a plug and redrill for the endpin. Then ran into Dan's video about the NoJack. Its real clever. I had to turn the sleeve down about .060" on the lathe to get it to fit, but then it worked great! A fine item.

3.0

Not sure of the specifics

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I didn't feel I had enough info on the endpin you were offering. Wanted a better peg to fit my Martin guitar. Turned out the diameter of what I received was too large for what I needed.

Response from StewMac


Hi Blair,
We're very sorry the NoJak Endpin wasn't right for your project. We stand behind our return policy -- if you are not satisfied with a product, you may return it anytime for a refund or exchange. Please call us at 1-800-848-2273. We look forward to helping you with this.

5.0

Way nicer than expected

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Verified Buyer


I was restoring a custom SCGC OM. Someone removed the electronics and left the end-pin jack. Given the value of the guitar, my choices were a Bob Colossi real wood over-sized end-pin or this NoJak plastic pin. I chose the NoJak because it was 1/2 the price and looked like the connection would be stronger and less likely to shrink or pullout. I chose black, and was concerned it would look like a low quality plastic pin. Imagine my surprise to see a deep graining and coloring resembling ebony. The pin looked great. When the guitar was finished, it added to the overall vibe instead of detracting. And, there's no way it's coming loose without an Allen wrench. The only thing to watch is that some guitars are reamed out to 7/32" and you really need a full 1/2" hole to install the receiver. You need small arms or a longer hex wrench to reach the screw for installing, but it's worth the trouble. A great product, I wouldn't hesitate to get the black again.

4.0

Works as stated

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I didn't have any trouble installing this, but I have pretty much experience doing this kind of stuff. I put this in an HD28 that had a pick-up installed. My only complaint is the pin itself is only available in solid white or black. I would like to see white and black dot options, so that it looks more original on some guitars.

3.0

A great idea, but could be realized better

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Verified Buyer


I bought this product three times for different guitars. It’s a great idea, but the only problem is that the “plug” is a bit too large. Each time, getting it fitted into the hole has required me shaving and shaping it.

I suggest that the plug start out a little bit smaller at the end that goes into the existing hole previously drilled in the guitar, then graduate to its current diameter at the end the screw goes into

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