#1
Hey people, my electric guitar's input is loose and is making a whole bunch of static. It's a Johnson by AXL (I know... you've probably never heard of it before). Anyways, how do I fix this problem?
#2
Tighten it.
Quote by musicianamedave
I tell them that I'm happy with my current church, the church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Then I ask them if they would like to be touched by his noodly appendage.


Quote by filthandfury

YES.
Like a russian doll, with balls.



I love The Pit.
#3
no kidding... but how?... u dont just tighten the outside of the guitar.
#4
Yes, just tighten the part outside of the guitar with some plyers
Quote by ElMaco
My last pay check was £0 working 0 hours. I can't believe how easy it was
#5
hmmm... ok... the guy that works on guitars at this guitar shop told me that theres more to tightening it than just tightening the outside. he said that u had to go inside the guitar n stuff as well.
#6
you pinch that thing that the cable goes into to connect to the guitar... i have to do that every so often with one of my strats
#8
NO DO NOT TIGHTEN IT FROM THE OUTSIDE. This will cause the wires inside to twist and snap, you need to open it up and tighten it from the inside.

BTW, I believe it's an output jack, the input jack is on your amp.
And I'm surprised this isn't common knowledge on a guitar forum.