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Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by doom32x, Dec 28, 2000.

  1. doom32x


    Apr 10, 2000
    I was messing with the bridge of my bass and now I get almost no output from my bass, I was adjusting the saddles. I'ts not the speaker, because listening through the headphones was also screwed up. The only thing that could be wrong would be that my input jack is screwed up, whick is possible because it is kinda loose because a nut that keptit steady broke of the day I got it.
  2. eli

    eli Mad showoff 7-stringer and Wish lover Supporting Member

    Dec 12, 1999
    NW suburban Chicago
    If what broke was that wide, flat nut that went around the barrel of the jack, then REPLACE THAT before you try to do anything else. The good news is they are all the same so you can get one at ANY guitar store that has parts.

    It is also possible that the connecting wires to the jack may have been damaged. If they are loose from the jack, you need professional help. Won't be too expensive, it's a small deal.

    Take it easy on this poor thing, willya?\


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