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Thread: StagePro Element Endpin Jack

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    Apr 2014

    StagePro Element Endpin Jack

    I have a Breedlove Stage C25 SR with a StagePro element pickup and EQ. The endpin jack doesn't work any more (it totally cuts in and out depending on the exact position of the input cable - meaning, it doesn't work unless the input cable is adjusted constantly). I'm 99.9% sure it is the endpin jack after all of my troubleshooting - I don't know, may a wire got loose in it somehow although it seems like a simple device.

    Question - does the entire unit (EQ and pickup/endpin jack) need to be replaced or just the endpin jack? I'm mechanically/electrically inclined, but it seems the only fix is to replace everything as far as I can see. Which stinks, when it is just a simple jack that is not working. I've never soldered before - but maybe just the jack needs to be replaced with some soldering?


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    Administrator Caleb_Elling's Avatar
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    Jun 2011
    Hey Les,
    I think I can help.

    The Stage Pro Element uses our standard output harness/jack to run from the preamp to the tail block. This plugs into the preamp/eq box with an 1/8" cable, so it is a completely self-contained part.

    If the 1/4" jack is cutting out, then you should be able to easily replace that harness with a new one to solve the issue. The part itself it called the M1C2, and we have several stores that sell them online and in-store. If you search for "Baggs M1C2" online, you should be able to easily locate a replacement M1C2 for your Stage Pro.

    All the best!

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