Marshall Style switching Jacks?

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  1. jzucker

    jzucker Supporting Member

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    What's the mouser part# for the switching jacks folks use for effects loops / speaker jacks?
     
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    It's called a Switchcraft Model 12A.
     
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    thats not a shorting jack.. just a regular jack. Im sure mouser sells the shorting jack but I have never been able to find it on their site... so I generally order them from tubesandmore or hoffman.

    edit: nvm, looks like it is a shorting jack.
     
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    The Neutrik ones will work. They are a type of shorting jack. If anyone wants to go to mouser.com and do a search for Switchcraft 12A, it comes up with the correct part. The part number is 502-12A.
     
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    Whew, you scared me. :)
     

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