All too often replacing a faulty output jack is more difficult than it needs to be. The original wires are too short to easily solder the connections near the tiny output jack cavity.
This easily solves that problem by allowing you to make clean solder connections from inside the larger cavity of your guitar with extra long leads (1 Foot Each).
The jack solder lugs are covered in heatshrink for many years of trouble free use.
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