#1
My guitars input jack is ****ed. I accidently dropped the guitar earlier, and then when I plugged it into my amp with the lead, I realised the washers have come off. I now have 2 washers, a round one and a hexagonal one. On the inmput jack, it is just a hole, when usually it would have these washers on it. However, I don't know what to do; they won't fit. Am I missing one? Please help me, if possible show me a pic of what the missing one looks lik if it is that.
http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a230/jj1565/INPUTJACKLABELED.jpg

On the plate you see those washers? Theyre off and now its just a hole.

http://www.axesrus.com/axehardware_files/monocol.jpg that would be onthe input jack, but it came off on mine...help?
Last edited by TonalPerfection at Feb 21, 2009,
#2
One is a not, not a washer. Unscrew the jackplate, push the end of the jacksocket through the hole in the jackplate and then put the round washer on first, then screw on the hexagonal nut, and tighten with tools if necessery. Then screw the jackplate back on.

5 minute job tops.
#3
Quote by cleft11
One is a not, not a washer. Unscrew the jackplate, push the end of the jacksocket through the hole in the jackplate and then put the round washer on first, then screw on the hexagonal nut, and tighten with tools if necessery. Then screw the jackplate back on.

5 minute job tops.

If by jacksocket you mean the picturei n the second link, thats what i don't have. I just have the round washer and hexagonal nut.
Last edited by TonalPerfection at Feb 21, 2009,
#5
I would take it to a store because there is probably other damages you done to it that you don't know of. I like to take it guitar center, they have the best services there.
#7
Quote by TonalPerfection
I've had it for a day.




Please treat your wood with love and respect...

And take it to a guitar doctor when it's sick, like now.