#1
I bought one from e-bay (1$ , and when it arrived, i noticed that the jack plate doesnt fit the hole in the guitar...
The guitar is a Cort VX-2V
I thought that if i make a cut downwards in the jack hole "wall" (lets call it like that...), that matbe I could make it fit on the guitar, but im not really sure if i should do it

Give me some tips please :S
#3
You would be able to route the body to fit the new jack plate, but if you don't know how to do that i wouldnt reccomend trying without reading up on it and practicing on scrap wood.

Or you could just buy another one that does fit your guitar, youll have only wasted $1.
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#4
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Or you could just buy another one that does fit your guitar, youll have only wasted $1.
I'd definitely try that approach first. Why go through a ton of trouble to fit your guitar to a $1 part? Paying a bit more to buy a part that fits the guitar seems more logical.
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I'd definitely try that approach first. Why go through a ton of trouble to fit your guitar to a $1 part? Paying a bit more to buy a part that fits the guitar seems more logical.



Could you please help me out then? I cant find one that fits in the hole, and ive kept searching the web, but still nothing...
#6
post a pic of the hole and the old jackplate, maybe?
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