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A.thumb.jpg.00cce06ce1a7348e9b4631d163427fd0.jpgHi,

I am upgrading a 2014 Gibson LP Classic that had a 14db booster switch to a standard 4 pot PCB. I overlooked that the jack quick connector on my old setup has  3 prong connector, but the PCB I purchased has only a 2 prong connector. The pickups and the toggle switch seem to connect fine.

What is the most cost effective and least labour intensive way to get my current 3 prong connector output jack (with three wires)  to be be compatible with the two prong quick connector on the PCB? I may need to buy a new input jack with a two prong quick connector... but I am trying to avoid this as I will be selling the guitar. 

Thanks for any info

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