#2
mono. positive to the tip, negative to the ring (or was it sleeve).
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#3
explain please. I can't get any mono jacks, which is why I don't know what to do with this.
#4
Stereo jacks are often reffered to as TRS jacks. TRS stands for Tip-Ring-Sleeve. To turn a TRS jack into a mono jack, you would want to give the ring and the sleeve the same signal, which would most likely be the hot.
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#5
^ No, ring and sleeve get the ground signal! Putting the hot on the sleeve would give you loads of extra noise.
#6
trs is +/-/g, with a stereo jack and only two wires youd just connect them in a ts (mono) configuration and not use the ground or you could also connect the negative and ground but most guitar cables are mono anyway
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#7
I guess I got the wiring confused in my head. Now that I think about it, I do remember the tip being the hot. My mistake.
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