If you had posted this earlier instead of trying to look smart, maybe you would have been helpful. It can be a little tricky when working with soldering cause you have to get into the body of the guitar while holding one wire and a soldering iron. First try a different guitar cable. These have 3pc maple necks, Spector locking bridges, and Czech made Spector TonePump Jr active tone controls. About This Item For solidbody guitar. White, Black, Red, Teal, Sunburst.
Matte finished Maple Fingerboards can be cleaned with a pure lemon oil such as Formby's Penetrating Lemon Oil, to remove dirt, etc. Locate existing jack and its wire connections inside the exposed cavity. Both the bass and treble are on a concentric pot as well as the mid-control. Here's also a Steve Jobs type of solution: Play it sitting one that one spot where it sound fine. With jacks and jack plates, you can rest assured that your instrument's important parts are going to be protected whether you're on the stage, traveling between shows, or simply practicing at home. Yesterday I was recording some ideas in my home studio and, of course, my guitar jack went out on me.
All your doing is attaching a wire to something. Get the kind I just said. Visually inspect the wires going to the jack as well as the jack itself for any loose connections that may be apparent. I fail to see why it should be repaired by a pro because it has a stereo jack? If one or more wires is disconnected, they can be re-soldered and if the contacts are dirty or loose, they can be cleaned and adjusted as well. Using google chrome will take you directly to the picture.
I prefer the Switchcraft brand, because they have heavy-duty construction. Discount will be applied automatically in the shopping cart. We complete less than 20 instruments each month. If there is no hum from doing this, then the amp has am intermittent. But the fact is, without a working input jack, there's no way to connect your guitar to your amp, and no connection means no fiery riffs to rock the crowd.
The first step is to identify what kind of jack you have and what will make the best replacement. I only need to know how to wire in the volume pot, input jack and if there needs to be any wires going from the volume or input to the blend pot, blend pot to input or vice versa. Wiggle the cord around and try to find the spots that sound crackly or intermittent. So I did some digging. Excuse the focus on a couple. This bass plays and sounds great.
An ohm meter may be necessary, but one can be borrowed, or purchased for very cheap, and is very simple to operate for this task. Warranty applies to a New Spector purchased from an Authorized Spector Dealer, and covers defects in workmanship. If you would like to respond in kind by arguing with what I said, you're welcome to do so, but let's leave personal insults out of this. Sorry I can't be more help - Good luck! The other lug is the hot or primary lead. So decided to try this. Any Spector purchased from a Non-Authorized Spector Dealer will not qualify for a warranty.
If the amp hums, then the amp is still working and the problem is in the guitar. Send me your e-mail and I will forward the diagram to you. This is useful when you want to send each to its own preamp, direct box, or amplifier. So I need a replacement jack for my Spector bass - through a process of elimination at rehearsal last night, we figured out it was the bass and not the amp. So what I did was held the wire in one hand and the soldering iron in the other.
Output jacks can eventually wear out, causing the signal to be intermittent—usually at the worst possible time. Choosing the right jack plate can have a lot to do with what style of body your guitar has. The limiter tries to prevent this by sensing the current and or voltage and will back off the gain internally. If it is only buzzing when you have a guitar or other piece of equipment connected try a new lead cable. Actually it was me who got insulted in the first place.
I suppose I could just solder it mono-style and ignore the extra stereo connector plate? If it is still scratchy, it may be something other then the input jack that is the problem. This happens to jacks over time, and if it is an open frame style jack, simply bending the prongs in a bit will usually fix it. Best Bass Gear stocks a wide selection of bridges in a variety of different string spacings, finishes, string configurations and manufacturers. This will expose the electronics cavity. Power jacks are found in many different systems, including the L.
This will expose the wire so you can solder it to the post. I would suggest taking it to an authorized dean dealer to inspect the wiring. Maybe it's time I did. You can take note of which wire went to what terminal on the existing jack, then use an ohm meter to see which terminal was what. Soldering irons are hot and will burn things.