Really annoyed that you're cable is always coming out of your guitars jack every time you step on it or go to far from the amp?? Look no more, this is more for guitars with side jacks, but man is this a good product! Super easy to use, you just put the cable normally and then press the button and pull the cable to safely remove it! I found out about this in my 2008 les paul standard as it came with it, and its just awesome, been putting these on other les pals ever since!! I have also recently started redoing the wirings on my guitars and I?m starting to do wirings for close friends and this has worked perfectly well! I really recommend this jack whether you're just upgrading or just need a replacement, its cheap and It really does the job well! RECOMMEND!
I used these a few years ago to change a couple of XLR plugs on a multicore I had. The idea being i could use them to plug guitar in my control room and then patch it through to an amp room. As you would expect these worked great, the quality of build was great and they are easily soldered into position.
They also have become very useful for a headphone feed and i now have it mostly plugged up as that. Great value for money and as you would expect from such an established company the manufacturing quality is very good. All in all a great set of plugs that are great value for money.
If you look for a panel locking jack socket this is probably the best on the market.
The black plastic circular ring on the front avoids electrical contact between the shield of the cable/jack and enclosure. If you need electrical contact between enclosure and cable shield it need to be created in the enclosure.
It's available also in black (Neutrik NJ3 FP-6-C-B).
Very very well made! What you expect from Neutrik.
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