#1
Hey, my Schecter's input jack is loose, can someone give me some help on tightening it?
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#2
Use hand tools.

And tighten going clockwise.


.....seriously though...
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#3
Many guitars have loose input jacks. Just keep tightening the nut every time it comes loose
#4
Guitars have output jacks and yes tight with a small or medium sized adjustable wrench.
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#6
I think the guys in the GB & C forum would be better at answering this question. I think i speak for everyone when i say this is out of my league.
#7
I would highly recommend actually opening up the back wiring panel and holding the jack while you tighten the outside nut. If you do not do this, what will eventually happen is that you could twist the jack on the inside of the guitar, eventually breaking the wiring connections. In that case you would have to resolder, so make sure you hold the input jack from the inside while you tighten it on the outside! Good luck.
#8
Quote by TheBigProjekt
Hey, my Schecter's input jack is loose, can someone give me some help on tightening it?



you NEED to take the screws out so that you can pull the jack itself out before tightening.

if you dont youll twist the wires inside trying to tighten it and youll break some solder connections