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LT-1400-023 Bullet™ Guitar Jack Tightener

LT-1400-023 Bullet™ Guitar Jack Tightener

Your Price:$15.00

Availability:

In Stock
Allparts Product Code:LT-1400-023

Brand:

Bigrock Engineering

UPC:

645208039768

The patent pending Bullet™ guitar jack tightener is a must-have accessory for every guitar player. The patented Grip-Tip™ holds the jack while tightening, preventing damage to wiring and solder joints. Similar products require additional wrenches or tools to work, and are made of metal which can scratch and damage your hardware and finish. The Bullet has everything you need in a quality plastic tool that fits in the palm of your hand.

With the Bullet at your disposal, you'll never take your jackplate off again to tighten things up.

The Bullet fits US-sized 1/2 inch nuts for 1/4 inch jacks.

Tighten or loosen your guitar's input / output jack with no other tools, and without jackplate removal, in three easy steps:

1) Position the socket head around the nut on your guitar jack.
2) Firmly push the Grip Tip down onto the guitar jack opening to hold it in place.
3) Use the swivel handle to tighten or loosen the nut and the jack.



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5 Stars
Buy two, or three! Indepensible items need backups.
Loose & dirty jacks are a common problem with guitar repairs, and buying & selling used instruments. This is a neat little item that grips the jack itself to prevent the jack from twisting in it's hole, and twirling the wires inside the control cavity into a twisted mess. I own more than one of these, because it is a real time saver. I bought an LCR, and was so amazed at the time it saved in amp repairs, I ponied up another $1200 for a second LCR. My main LCR is a $5500 unit, and I have considered paying $5500 for a spare, but I opted for a more limited backup unit. These are $15, so buy a couple. The time and the headaches they save are well worth the price of one Bullet! Keep a spare where you can find it, and get a 3rd or 4th one for the road, stage, & inside your case. They really are that good, and a loose jack should never slow you down or hurt your sound!
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Reviewed by:  from 4 Corners & West Az.Co.NM.Ut. & Ca. . on 10/19/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Great tool!
Used these since they came out. Great for quick fixes or on the bench.
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Reviewed by:  from right here. on 3/28/2013
5/5
5 Stars
Awesome tool for an all-too-common problem!
I use this is my shop all the time -- awesome invention that turns a 2-minute fix into a 2-second one!
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Reviewed by:  from Norwich, NY. on 2/7/2013
5/5
5 Stars
An Amazing Tool!!
I''ve had problems with loose jacks for years and had really gotten frustrated trying (usually unsuccessfully) to get them tight. This invention has cured me from feeling like a mechanical moron. Do yourself a favor and buy this!!
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Reviewed by:  from Maryville, MO United States. on 5/26/2011 7:12:00 PM
5/5
5 Stars
The "I Wish I Thought of It" Item!
As a busy guitar instructor I have seen my share of loose input jacks on guitars and basses of all shapes and sizes. This small wonder is a must have for quick input jack repairs. It works as advertised...BUY IT!
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Reviewed by:  from Charlotte, NC United States. on 1/20/2011 12:40:00 PM
5/5

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