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This garbage. I thought how could it be bad? Well the metal for the plate is smaller than most guitars jack holes so it doesnt overlap the hole completely. Also the metal on the plate is cheap like a lid on a tin can kinda cheap. Product is ok for a complete beater of a guitar but look elsewhere for something that's looks good and is functional.
Used this for a Telecaster body replacement. I like it more than the standard Telecaster jack as it permits the use of a right-angle cable, and it has a vintage look as if it could have been a factory option back in the '50s. In my opinion, the standard Telecaster jack is a bad design. Fast shipping and the vendor even included a free guitar pick; nice touch for such a small order.
I was comparing this to what's offered on Stew-Mac. Stew-Mac's plate was without the recess. Sine my Ibanez Artcore had damaged wood around the original jack from being dropped, there was no other solution than to use this style plate. The advantage of the recessed hole plate is that I could secure the jack fitting so this type of damage could never occur again by having the jack be mounted below the profile of the jack plate. The hole in the guitar was enlarged with my dremmel tool to accommodate the recess. The downside of the recess is that the curve is flattened out boy the recess stamping process, but I'm happy now that I can plug in.