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Is the Input Jack on Amp Mono or Stereo? (it is different than the one in the video for replacement I saw)

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    Thank you. Have you ever replaced a "fried" one?

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Almost all guitar amplifiers inputs jack are TIP-SLEEVE or MONO.

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Fender uses MONO and sometimes STEREO Input Jacks on their Frontman series Amps. An easy ID is to look at the pads on the board - trace side. 4 Pads = MONO Jack 9 Pads = Stereo Jack. These are PCB mounted on Frontman.

I keep a number of both types in my shop.

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