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Watch the Trade Secrets Video, How to revert an output jack to an ordinary endpin
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Trade Secrets! Issue 312 August 23, 2018
How to revert an output jack to an ordinary endpin
Installing an endpin jack means creating an oversize endpin hole. So what happens when you want to go back to a regular endpin? Dan Erlewine’s got a solution.
Five-Star Banjo Pickup Product Instructions I-3250
Five-Star Banjo Pickup
Installation instructions for the Five-Star Banjo Pickup.
One dead string driving me crazy! (Transducer trouble...) Trade Secrets! Issue 32 May 31, 2007
One dead string driving me crazy! (Transducer trouble...)
I thought I'd fixed this acoustic saddle pickup, but the customer sent it back because the problem wasn't solved (STRIKE ONE)! I took another swing at it... (STRIKE TWO)! I almost struck out! -Dan Erlewine
Installing an endpin jack Trade Secrets! Issue 10 December 28, 2006
Installing an endpin jack
Ever have trouble installing an endpin jack? Did you chip the guitar's finish, or drill the hole out-of-square? Did you goof up on a customer's guitar? You'll want to read this week's Trade Secret from Dan Erlewine.
Watch the Trade Secrets Video, How to Fix a Noisy Jack in a Telecaster
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Trade Secrets! Issue 344 February 20, 2020
How to Fix a Noisy Jack in a Telecaster
A 1994 Fender Telecaster came into our shop recently that plays great, but whenever a player plugs it in there is some popping and cracking noise and sometimes there is no signal at all. The retainer clip that the cup and jack are mounted to has come loose. In this video, Blake demonstrates how to easily install a new retainer clip in a telecaster using the StewMac Tele Jack Installation Tool.