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How to Wire a Guitar Jack | Our Pastimes
Unscrew the jack plate and carefully pull the jack away from the body of the guitar. Cut the wires connecting the jack to the controls. Cut two lengths of new guitar circuit wire, one approximately 6 inches long, which will serve as a ground wire, and the other long enough to reach from the output jack to the pickup selector switch, if the guitar has one.
Guitar Shop 101: The ABCs of Output Jacks | Premier Guitar
Mar 25, 2016A common use for a TRS jack is in an acoustic guitar that has an under-saddle pickup, as well as an onboard microphone or a body sensor. For electric guitars, the TRS jack works great for using magnetic pickups in conjunction with a bridge configured with