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I think it might have a multi-layered board, no signal afther I replaced the broken input jack???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If this is a classic guitar you should take the fretboard problem to a luthier as you could de-value the unit by working on it yourself.
The jack you can replace yourself. Just connect the wires to the new one the way they came off the old one. There are ONLY two wires. You can get replacement jack from severaal sources.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
SOURCE: input jack replacement
oh yes it can be fixed quite easily,...but you are best to bring it down to your local music store and have them do it, they'll be fair in price and your amp will be done right,....(no time for that breakin down stuff when your playin your guitar), thanks, cracklin joe
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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