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With a little sanding, a 5/16-inch oak dowel filled the original tapered end pin hole.
While waiting for all the glue to dry, I moved over to upgrading the output jack. The tasks here were to swap out the chrome hardware for a gold jack, and add a matching Les Paul style mounting plate.
After checking the fit and electrical continuity with a patch cord, and enlarging the hole in her side, I predrilled the screw holes. Getting back to the neck and end block area, I trimmed and sanded down the repairs...
...and installed all of the gold hardware...
I also had to reattach the nut before putting on some strings, so I took this opportunity to remove some excess glue still on the neck from last time.
When the glue had dried, I put on a coat of polish and lined up the floating bridge. Some tape came in handy for holding the bridge in place while putting on a fresh set of strings.
Not too shabby looking for a playable 50 year old jazz box. I brought her back into the house to let her acclimate for a few days, before setting her bridge height and intonation one more time.