#1
Is there a permanent solution for a loose input jack? I hate retightening it every other day.
#2
haha yeah great question! i ****ing crazy glued my Squier's because it kept spinning around and disconnecting the cables once a week.

I never had that problem with the SG, but sometimes i do with the ibanez.
#3
maybe put a stop nut on there, might look wierd. Idk one of my old guitars was like that, maybe open it up and put a nut on the inside of the jack plate and the outside to stop it from moving around.
#4
Try replacing the nut itself. Mostly they are made cheaply and the threading is horrible. Home Depot should fix that problem.
#5
What guitar is it? I know its a common SG problem, I just tightened mine with a wrench, and its been good for a few weeks now. Don't overtighten!
#6
you could unscrew it and tighten it from the inside. I'm pretty sure there is another nut in there that you could tighten up. at least thats how my strat is.
Gear:
Ibanez Jet King 2
Gretsch 5120
Fender Bassman '59 RI
Ibanez fretless bass
#8
Quote by Grawgos
locktite thread locker. get it at any hardware store



Locktite rox - I use it on my bike all the time. Definitely recommended.
#9
Quote by zhilla
Locktite rox - I use it on my bike all the time. Definitely recommended.


Why would you need to use it all the time if it's so good?

I'm just wondering
Martin D-15
Gibson LP Std. Faded HB
Fender MIA HWY1 Strat, 3 color SB, RW fretboard
BOSS GT-10
Roland JC-120