I'd probably be down to grab a couple!
Looks really good assuming the measurements are correct :D. Go with it!
Just a quick update.
I'm still waiting for the quote from my machinist. When I sent him the drawing he was just getting ready to head out for Australia and he only arrived there Sunday so I'll give him another day or two to get caught up on things before I start pestering him.
Thanks for doing us a solid, chief. I'm in for 5. Let me know who I'm paying and how much shipping costs. I'll PM you an address and such.
Wait'll I get a run of them made first. My machinist won't be back from Australia until May 16th and then it'll depend on how much work he has to catch up on. But I'll go ahead and put in an order for 100 of them now and will give all the details once I receive them.
wouldnt it be better a "choped" plug? because my amp is gonna "detect" as if theere was a headphone there, since is the whole plug. could create problems, specially in amps of devices with "prefered jacks"
Point taken. I'll see if a stubbie would cost much less to do than a full length. If there's not a significant difference, I'll have him do a 50/50 mix.
A mechanical switch is usually how the detection is done. So a stubbie would be useful in some situations. But since there's nothing to lock them into the plug, they wouldn't be very secure.