#5
Quote by TrUe MeTaL FaN
i didnt know guitars had batterys

Really? My guitar runs on about 8,000 AAA batteries
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#6
rofl! One of my friends tried to tell me that i would need to replace my battery every 2 weeks =/ thanks d00d!
#7
I bet he leaves it plugged in all the time...

The battery in my brother's Ibanez GSR200 lasted well over a year.
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#8
Quote by Mutant Corn
I bet he leaves it plugged in all the time...

The battery in my brother's Ibanez GSR200 lasted well over a year.

mine went like 3 months the first time, then 1 month, and now I've been using it fine ever since.

bad batteries I think.
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#9
I bought my Stingray used in April of 2007, and the battery is still going. I didn't replace it when I bought it, either. It's a Duracell, so I know what to buy for the rest of my basses for sure!

Best part is that the Stingray sees more use than my other basses....
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#10
I've got my Ibanez SR500 for about a year and a half now and I had to change the battery once.
And I play it a lot.
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#11
you can tell when the battery needs to be changed because you will start to lose volume and tone, at least thats what happens in my bass.
#12
My Ibanez SR needs a new battery about every 9 months. And like MountainDew, I bought my Stinger over a year ago and I have the same Duracell battery in it.
#13
Quote by TrUe MeTaL FaN
i didnt know guitars had batterys


this is the bass forum...........*faceplam


battery should last between 6-over a year, depending on how much you play plugged in. As a lesser evil said, youll loose tone, volume and response from ur bass when it starts to go low on battery.