#1
I make guitar patches myself using mogami and switchcraft jacks.

Some of them cuts high frequencies really bad.

I can not see the problem. Solderwork seems to be nice and clean.

http://gyazo.com/dfcf51f1558ad4aaf112165a28ded17c

I measure resistance when they're done. And its perfect too. tip and sleeve does not shorten as well.

I'm wandering about capacitance. I have a simple multimeter which can not measure it.

Any suggestions?
Last edited by pashtett at Feb 6, 2015,
#2
The jacks normally arent the problem.

What brand / model cable are you actually using and how long are the cords?
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