Before I start, I used the search feature and couldn't find anything in BASSES or SETUP, so here's my first post. Don't flame me if this has come up before... I've had a few EB-era Music Man Stingray 4 strings, and ALL of them (and all of the others that my friends have owned) have suffered from bad output jacks. The jacks generally work with a right angle plug most of the time, but occasionally they pop, cut output to a quarter the normal volume, and then work again after unplugging and plugging back in. I have dealt with this issue since buying my first Stingray (the only one I still own) back in '92, but on a high profile gig, I started popping again, which forced me to play an entire set stone still and with a hand closeby my bypass switch. Do any of you Stingray owners know of a solution? Is there an aftermarket jack that works with the preamp (for bypass) that I can consider? I have worked hard for this gig and even impressed the soundman with my gear (he loves the tone of my Aguilar DB750), but I can't handle the popping from a cheap output jack anymore.