Diving Deep How-To Add Pre-Amp Output to a Fender AB763

I'll do my best to explain the approach using the 114BX. With the 114BX, there is a tip and ring connection (typically used for stereo 1/4" plugs) Additionally, there are internal spring connections that connect to the tip and ring terminals. When the plug is inserted in the 114BX, it breaks the connections between the tip and ring's springs. https://www.mouser.com/datasheet/2/393/nl110x-mnl110x_series_cd-477930.pdf When you plug a mono 1/4" plug into a stereo jack, the ring will be grounded because physically the plug's ground connection is connected to the sleeve of the jack and now the ring spring. The mono jack is ground at the location where a stereo jack would have a signal. So because

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