#1
Hey all,

I have an Ibanez RG350, and have had it for a few years.
Lately, the input lead on the guitar might fall out about a millimetre or two, and then of course the sound cuts off completely while I'm playing.
Does anyone know a way I can fix this myself, or should I just take it into a guitar store and see what they can do with it?
It's really starting to piss me off.

Thanks alot
#2
My input lead keeps coming loose...


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#3
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My input lead keeps coming loose...


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lmao

try tightening the nut around the jack?

if not, find a friend or soemthin who can solder
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#4


Tightening the input Jack
1) Open up the input jack's plate, do not tighten it from the outside coz it will twist and snap the connection inside.
2) Insert the jack, see whether the connection is proper, then only you tighten it. Make sure that the shield and tip connects to the hot (red). Also, tighten it properly so that you dont have to do it again. Always good to use plumber's tape if its loose.
3) Test out which wires go where by tuning ur amp on if you're not sure. Resolder the connection.
4) Screw back the plate.
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#5
I glued the input jack with some sticky glue before.
That's work for me anyway.
Just do it in the guitar's inside then no appearance damage.
It will be trouble if the wire is broken.
So do it carefully.
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