#1
Ive had a stagg bc300 for around a year and a half now.

http://www.guitar.co.uk/guitars/bass/1574-stagg_bc300_bass_guitar

Its my first bass and its been pretty good for learning, the only problem is the input jack, it is very loose and the bass cuts out constantly when plugged into an amp, its getting really annoying

My friend has finally found a drummer for our band and with all the free time in the summer we will be practising a lot more, I would like to get this fixed before we start practising.

If you stand perfectly still it will be fine but if you move at all theres a horrible buzzing noise or it just cuts out.

I was looking around for a repleacement but there are so many different kinds.

Ive also tried pushing the contact on the input switch closer, it helps slightly but the lead always moves about, at first i thought it was the leads but after replacing them it still happenes

Anyone help?
#2
this is probably a stupid question, but have you tried tightening the nut of the input jack? Its probably not that, but might be worth trying. If not, check all of the solder joints to the input jack and if its not that, replace the jack. To find a replacement, look at the jack, then go on either axesrus.co.uk or allparts.uk.com and look at the pictures on the jacks to find the correct one
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