Pure Tone Multi-Contact 1/4" Output Jack

Pure Tone Multi-Contact 1/4" Output Jack

Pure Tone Multi-Contact 1/4" Output Jack Mono, nickel
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Mono, nickel

Item # 4715-N
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$4.20

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Pure Tone Multi-Contact 1/4" Output Jack Mono, gold
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Mono, gold

Item # 4715-G
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$5.20

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Pure Tone Multi-Contact 1/4" Output Jack Stereo, nickel
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Stereo, nickel

Item # 4716-N
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$6.99

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Pure Tone Multi-Contact 1/4" Output Jack Stereo, gold
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Item # 4716-G
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Pure Tone Multi-Contact 1/4" Output Jack

About This Item

Loose and noisy output jacks are a thing of the past!

Standard output jacks all have a similar design: a single contact for positive and ground. With extended use, these contacts can become loose and degrade signal and tone. The Pure Tone Multi-Contact Output Jacks offer 2 contact points for positive and ground to keep cables secure and your signal constant over time.

"Required for habitual cord stompers like me."
— Erick Coleman, guitar repairman and StewMac tech advisor

The patented Pure Tone jack contains dual tension grounds and dual positive tips for optimal signal and lowest possible noise. 100% greater surface area at all contact points creates a more stable connection; as a result, high and low frequencies are greatly improved creating a much more balanced sound while eliminating frequency spikes. No more noise crackle caused by pressure grounds!

The Pure Tone jack allows for increased current handling at 500 volts for high current applications. Tensioned design locks cable securely in place while the increased metal mass carries more signal.


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5.0

Multi-Contact

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Verified Buyer


I will never use anything else.

5.0

Great solution for shabby jacks

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Verified Buyer


I bought these for several of my instruments but most urgently for a Hofner copy, made overseas, that had a really cheap jack. The jack was just a bit tight in the routed mounting hole but once I got it in it really fixed the problem. Highly recommended.

5.0

Good stuff!

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Verified Buyer


If you or your client like to stomp cords, you need these...
Nuff said

2.0

Short bushing

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Stereo jack bushings are too short! For some reason they are shorter than the mono jacks.

5.0

Solid

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Glad these are available here now. I have been using them for a couple of years with no issues. Good solid connection and a nice feel that's not too tight or loose. Sometimes it even helps when space is tight since the tip connection takes up less space.