Trying To Replace A Faulty Marshall 1960 4x12 Jackplate... Please Help.

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  1. Chad

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    So the stupid circuit board input jack system on the marshall 1960 4x12 that I picked up is faulty. Just glad it didnt take out a power transformer in the 6505+ amp that was hooked into it. Does anyone know where I can get a jackplate that is a direct fit so I can get rid of that POS jackplate system that marshall installs to these. I would like to have the same capability that it has now but am fine with running it at either 4 or 16 ohms mono, I dont need it to be a stereo cab.

    Any help to find a direct jackplate to drop in would be helpful. If not I guess I have to find a jackplate close to size and do a bit of routing, but would prefer not to do that. Thank you all in advance for any help or tips about this.
     
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    Try the Marshall board?
     
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    try a PM to @slaveunit, he's as good as they get when it comes to all things amps and cabs. He's been a great help to me since I joined the forum.
     
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    $54? - ouch. That should be simple to repair or rebuild with some reliable quality parts. Don't throw the bad one away, you or a tech can reuse it to build a good one.
     
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