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Jack - Cliff, ¼", solder lugs, switched

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SKU: S-H902-X
Item ID: 005157
Starting at: $1.95
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Solder terminals, switched. Used in modern Marshall amps.

For white version, see S-H951-X


  • Low-noise Ni-Ag® Alloy Self-Cleaning Contacts for superior performance and reliability
  • Tough, molded grade 1 black Nylon body.
  • Made in the U.K.
  • Supplied with a black nylon hexagonal mounting nut
  • Designed to receive both mono and stereo ¼" jack plugs
Withstand Voltage: 2000VDC Min.
Maximum Current: 5A
Temperature Rating: -10°C ~ +70°C
Life (Minimum): 10,000+ Operations
Nominal Contact Resistance: < 50 mΩ
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5.00 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Nice, simple jack

Afab - April 11th, 2015

I like these a lot. They are easy to install and my cable fits secure with ease. I originally wanted the metal nut style cliff jacks, I mean they look cool and they are authentic, but not for me, frankly I think they are over rated. I have several reasons for going with the plastic after my experience with the metal ones. I wouldn't have thought that, but that's how it worked out for me. As far as keeping my JMP original I do. I wouldn't alter anything I couldn't put back, but plugging in your guitar cable is not like changing specs on the circuit or doing some weird mod. I don't think Vintage Marshalls need mods, they need turned up and if you have the right stuff hitting the front end of your amp you will be glad it's all original.

Ted - January 3rd, 2015

I wish they made these in the same style as the metal nut jacks. I only buy these when I am making stereo cabs. They work, but the metal nuts have a much cleaner, and less cheap finish.

Jacob S - December 30th, 2014

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