Jack - Mono, 1/4", PC Mount, for Fender® Amps '88 - '99
Fender® Style ¼" Mono Input Jack with 4 PCB Terminals.
|Item Height||0.69 in.|
|Item Width||0.71 in.|
|Metric Thread Major Diameter||12 mm|
|Metric Thread Pitch||1 mm|
|Plug Diameter||0.25 in.|
|Packaging Dimensions||1.5 in. × 1.1 in. × 0.7 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||0.018 lbs.|
|Specification Sheet||All Models|
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1 answers after desoldering off the old jack of my fender frontman 15g amp, how do i solder the new jack on the pcb as far as correct connectivity on the board? your advise will be greatly appreciated.
1 answers Is the same jack used for line out and input on 88 fender sidekick bassman?
1 answers Is there another option for this jack?
Asked by Anonymous on March 14th, 2017.
This jack can be replaced with the higher quality Switchcraft 12a jack. Using the numbers above, you connect 1 to the ground, 2 to the tip, and 4 to the switch (or shorting) lug. 5 doesn't need to be connected as it goes straight to 2 anyway. It's important to use nylon washers to keep the 12a jack from touching the chassis. It's a more expensive solution, but far more durable.
1 answers Will this fit a Blues Junior Amp, if not is there a part number
1 answers Does anyone know the schematic or how to connect?
1 answers Replacing an input jack (J1) on a Fender Super 112 combo. I removed the bad jack and noticed there are only 3 pins. The J1 PCB footprint has 4 thru holes. Does this 4 pin replacement jack use all 4 pins or should I clip off pin 6? Thanks for your time!