Boss & Ibanez Pedal Nickel 1/4" Input Output Jack Replacement Nut Set - 25 Pack - Made In Japan Part

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Boss & Ibanez Pedal Nickel Input Output Jack Replacement Nut Set - 25 Pack - Made In Japan High Quality New Part

Here for sale we have a set of 25 high quality Made In Japan nickel Input/Output jack nuts for Boss, Ibanez, and many other brands of pedals, amps, guitars, and more. If you've been looking for a replacement for a lost or broken jack nut for your input jack on your Boss or Ibanez compact pedal you have finally found it! These larger packs are great for people with large gear collections, music stores, or people who repair gear and want to keep a stock of commonly needed parts.

These jack nuts thread onto the input/output jack on the side of your pedal to help secure the jack in place so it doesn't wiggle around. This set includes 25 nickel plated high quality steel nuts.

These premium high quality Made In Japan nuts are manufactured from high grade steel with a fine nickel finish, which helps prevent corrosion as well as providing a nice decorative look which will patina with age. Unlike some cheap replacement nuts, these will not rust/corrode quickly, will not have a finish that flakes off after minimal use, and will not have issues threading onto the jack. These nuts are the correct threading (there is more than one standard size for jack nuts), and correct thickness for use on these jacks, and are made to last for a lifetime!

Whether you just want to get a workhorse pedal back to working properly, or want to increase the resale value on a broken/aged pedal by getting it back in tip top shape, if you have a Boss or Ibanez pedal and want the jack to be securely held in place again these are the ones to get!

NOTES ON FITMENT: As mentioned above there is a 2nd standard size for jack nuts. Many pedals, guitars, and amps, especially those made in Europe, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, or other parts of Asia use the standard that these nuts use. Many American made pedals, guitars, and amps, use the other American standard. These will not fit MXR, Gibson USA, Fender USA, etc. There is also a newer style of jack that doesn't use an exposed jack with threads and an external nut like the traditional style, but is recessed; these will not work on that style. Newer MXR pedals and some other brands use these.

If your jack looks like the style found on Boss pedals, and is manufactured in Asia or Europe there are good odds these will work, but we cannot guarantee fitment on anything other than Boss/Roland and Ibanez pedals/guitars/amps with the traditional style of jack. The easiest way to see if you are not sure is to take a nut from a Boss pedal and swap it onto the pedal/guitar/amp you're not sure about. If it threads on correctly then it uses this style, if it doesn't it is probably the American standard. Feel free to message us with any questions and we will try to help if we can!

Note On Shipping: We generally ship small items like these USPS First Class Mail without tracking information to keep the overall delivered price as low as possible for our customers. Delivery time is usually a week plus or minus a few days. If you require tracking information for a small item order you may choose the 2 day shipping option for Priority Mail, or message us for First Class Parcel with tracking pricing.

Looking For A Different Quantity Of Input Jack Nuts? We have these available in other quantities.

3 Pack:
https://reverb.com/item/38742972-boss-ibanez-pedal-nickel-1-4-input-output-jack-replacement-nut-set-3-pack-made-in-japan-part

5 Pack:
https://reverb.com/item/38742959-boss-ibanez-pedal-nickel-1-4-input-output-jack-replacement-nut-set-5-pack-made-in-japan-part

10 Pack:
https://reverb.com/item/38742950-boss-ibanez-pedal-nickel-1-4-input-output-jack-replacement-nut-set-10-pack-made-in-japan-part

25 Pack:
https://reverb.com/item/38742943-boss-ibanez-pedal-nickel-1-4-input-output-jack-replacement-nut-set-25-pack-made-in-japan-part

50 Pack:
https://reverb.com/item/38742933-boss-ibanez-pedal-nickel-1-4-input-output-jack-replacement-nut-set-50-pack-made-in-japan-part

100 Pack:
https://reverb.com/item/38742916-boss-ibanez-pedal-nickel-1-4-input-output-jack-replacement-nut-set-100-pack-made-in-japan-new

Looking For Other Boss Pedal Parts Like The Thumbscrews Or Grommets?

Here is a link to a 3 pack of genuine Boss OEM grommets here:

https://reverb.com/item/21154424-boss-compact-pedal-replacement-grommet-3-pack-guide-bush-genuine-boss-replacement-part-new

Here is a link to the standard black replacement thumbscrew that we carry:

https://reverb.com/item/2318576-boss-pedal-standard-black-plastic-thumb-screw-battery-compartment-replacement-part-brand-new

If you're looking for a replacement for your early "Silver Screw" Boss pedal, please click the link below as we have Genuine Boss replacement thumb screws that match the late 70s through early 80s silver screw pedals as well! You'll never find a more exact match to restore the proper vintage look to that silver screw pedal than this part from straight from Boss!

https://reverb.com/item/1078203-boss-pedal-vintage-silver-screw-replacement-thumb-screw-genuine-oem-boss-part-brand-new

Interested In This Item? Message Us With Any Questions, And Feel Free To Make An Offer! We Consider All Reasonable Offers!

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