#1
Hey guys,

The other day I felt that the input jack on my C-1 was a little loose. To fix it I kept trying to twist it without looking, since I thought it was the nut on the jack rotating. However, it seemed that the entire thing was twisting.

Eventually I managed to get it back together, but when I took it apart I did notice there were two wires conencted to it. I could help but worry when I was twisting it around that I may have broke a wire. So I was wondering if anyone knew the wire setup, if twisting actually did hurt it, and possibly if it is indeed only supposed to have two wires.

I just get sound from my amp. The only think that is different is maybe its a little harder to hit pinch harmonics once in awhile (but that may be me).

Thanks!
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#2
I think your ok, there is only 2 wires on it and if you don't notice anything more than that don't worry about it. Just don't do it again.
#4
my input jack was loose too. my guitar was clipping in and out of my camp. i was practicing days before a gig and it was getting real loose and clipping a lot so i tightened it with pliers hoping it would fix the problem. apparently that wasn't a good idea cuz i no longer got any sound out of my amp. i took it to a guitar services place and they replaced the part for me the day of the gig. lol just thought i'd share that info with you. if it helps...then there ya go
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