the way a neutrik jack is mounted is like making a sandwich between the faceplate of the neutrik and actual jack with stick case in between. you would need a really thin and strong piece of wood for this to work in wood or you would have to mount it to another thin mounting plate like rtdezign did in his tutorial. you wouldn’t be able to just use long screws either to hold the 2 pieces together because the release button on the neutrik wouldn’t be able to press after mounting in a certain thickness.
the switchcraft looks to have it’s mounting plate directly attached to the jack so you could just screw it directly into the wood.
anyways, just wanted to pop in and say nice tutorial. :tup: