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Discussion in 'Tech-Talk' started by SilvaStrat, Dec 2, 2019.
Well, it was seen in the wild at least 2 years ago... so how do you like it?
really ? I just found out , I loved , makes sense mecanicaly to me , I ordered 6 so fare , cheap and efficient , especially like on my Les Paul ,
What are the benefits of this jack? More secure? Better tone?
more secure , it pushes on both side of the jack so it is always in contact ,and there is a satisfying click when you plug your guitar , now the tone the only reason it affect tone is because it made me happy ,
edit ** found it **
2 for 10 bucks on amazon
Works for Strat or LP?
Twice as much tone as before.
What color guitar is that?
I dig it .
Tobacco burst metalic , something like that , don’t remember
I have a couple of these and I took them off after I had installed them for a week. They work mostly as advertised, but I found (and didn't like) that this method more than doubles the force required to plug and unplug the cable..
EDIT: Two pairs of contact prongs (one set for ground, one set for signal) very firmly hug the plug.. But no TRS option, only TS.
I found them a little hard to push , but I tested them before installing , and I opened a little the action of the tip clip , I just calibrated the force a litle bit , it helped ,
Good point! I can probably open up the plugs a bit, I still have them, though I use TRS (aka stereo) plugs almost exclusively now due to switching between active and passive pickups frequently. I would get another from them if they came out with a TRS version.
Yep, been using them for a couple of years now.
Sigler/920D uses them on their prewired PGs.
But I don't think they're available in stereo for guitars with active systems or stereo output.