Kill-Switch Installation Kits

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  • Here you can find the various kits to install your killswitch into any guitar. There's 2 basic kits available for passive-pickup guitars:

    The Micro-switch kit ($4) which allows you to turn the LED on or off at will. The micro-switch can be installed on the back of electronics covers, or pickguards. Includes: 1 Duracell 9v Battery, 1 Battery Connector, 1 i/o Micro-Switch
    The Stereo-jack kit ($4) which automatically turns your LED on while an instrument cable is plugged in. Most active-pickup guitars already have a stereo jack installed. It will have 3 prongs instead of the regular 2. Includes: 1 Duracell 9v Battery, 1 Battery Connector, 1 Switchcraft Stereo Jack

    Slim Fit Power Packs ($5) Are now available to fit into tighter spaces. These include a battery carrier, two CR2032 batteries, and your choice of a Stereo Jack or Micro-Switch.
    When one of these kits is used, the included inline resistor (LED models only) is not required for installation. This type of kit can power your LED for a continuous 100 hours.
  • For guitar's that already have a stereo jack installed (most active-pickup guitars) or when installing a non-LED killswitch model, all you might need is a drill bit.

    Our drill bits are made from steel, and can be used repeatedly for multiple installations.
    Their cutting diameter is 16mm & can be used to install ALL of our switches.  Each drill bit is $7

    *Drill bits are sold separately & are not included with any other kit.
  • Needle Rasp Files ($3) are now available for enlarging potentiometer holes in order to fit a killswitch. This is the preferred method to use for those wanting to replace their tone knob for a killswitch instead of trying to drill a larger hole without a drill press.

    **Our forstner bits are not recommended for hole enlargement as they require material to grab onto at the center for guidance.

    Splice Kits ($1) For those who aren't solder-savvy or don't have the tools at hand, splices are also being offered. Each splice kit has a total of 3 splices, that's 1 pair and an extra just in case you lose one.
    These splices allow you to connect the killswitch onto existing ground/hot wires for your pickups without soldering the ends. All you need is some pliers.

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