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Output jack problems

When i plug in my x-series, my bridge pickup doesn't come in all the time, and you can notice the output jack shifting a little bit. and when you move the cable, it cuts out the sound, how do you fix this without majorly taking apart my guitar?

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You take apart enough to get to tighten and or replace the jack.

For acoustical electronic guitars this OFTEN means destringing and reaching in the sound hole to grab the jack to remove it. When replaced use a 1/4 inch rod to guide the new jack back into the hole.

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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