NEUTRIK BARREL STEREO JACK SOCKET
Rean Neutrik 1/4″ stereo barrel jack socket
Whatwe have here is… ONE brand new, unopened Rean Neutrik 1/4″ (6.35mm) barrel typejack socket complete with nut and washer.Also known as a chassis jack socket.
The manufacturer’s description is “3 pole 1/4″ Jack Socket long-threaded bushing” and further describes them as “Connectors by Rean a brand of Neutrik AG”. Previously we have sold these individually packaged in shiny oversized boxes at £13.99 but now we buy in bulk from Rean Neutrik so they come to you individualy wrapped in packing and posted in a jiffy bag / padded envelope. This means we can reduce the cost to you. These are the latest 2017 version of the product and we only ship fresh stock so you can be assured of trouble free products.
Here at Guitar Mania we feel these sockets offer superior quality over many rival brands and this is the exact socket we use when we are repairing quality guitars and basses.
Total length 58mm tip to tip approx
Thread length 33mm approx
External thread diameter 11mm approx
Internal diameter 6.3mm approx (1/4″)
Can be used as a stereo or monosocket just use the terminals you need. Suitable for Ibanez guitars RG,JEM etc, SR active basses and many other instruments.
PLEASE REFER TO YOUR GUITAR / BASS WIRING DIAGRAM. THIS INFO IS JUST FOR ASSISTANCE.
Please be careful when soldering any closed barrel type socket like this that you do not overheat the terminals.
I do not accept any responsibility for errors and damage caused to your instrument.
The shorter lug/ terminal on the socket is your “hot” connection which when you plugin a cable would connect to the “tip” of a jack lead. This short lugusually get’s connected to a white or red coloured wire that would havethe other end connected to the middle lug of a volume pot.
The middle lug(next longest) is for the stereo connection which if used with a stereocable would connect to the “ring” of the plug. This lug would usuallyget connected to a black wire coming from a battery. For mono / nonactive guitars (ie without a battery) leave this terminal un-connected.
Finally, the longest lug is your earth connector which would connect through to the body of your guitar cable. This longest lug usually get’s connected to an earth / braided wire that wouldhave the other end connected to the body of a volume pot.
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