#2
Quote by NecroticSoldier
does it need to be installed on a guitar that is active routed?


no.
i used to be a mod, then i took an arrow in the knee.
#4
Even if it was active and required a battery, you still don't need to route anything, and it'd be pointless to do so, and bring down the value of your guitar.

You just stick the battery in the control compartment. If it can fit in an S series Ibanez and a Gibson SG, it can fit in anything
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#5
The pickup itself doesn't require a battery, but the EQ/boost does.
However, you can fit the battery in the control compartment of virtually any electric guitar.
Epiphone Les Paul goldtop (EMG 81/85)
Epiphone Les Paul Custom
Fender Telecaster MIM
Epiphone SG Special
Jay Turser JT200 Serpent (GFS Crunchy Rails/Crunchy Pat)
Dean V-Coustic
Ovation Celebrity
Bugera 333-212
Crate Blue Voodoo 120H
#6
yeah but I heard... about... Active pickups using different wider wires? is that true? sorry I'm kinda noob at this!
#7
Quote by NecroticSoldier
yeah but I heard... about... Active pickups using different wider wires? is that true? sorry I'm kinda noob at this!

If anything... they're smaller

You'll be fine, as long as there's no push/pull pots that are too long to fit in your guitar's control cavity, with the cover on it.
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#9
the only thing in the control cavity is just one volume pot (i dont think ur gonna get it for a guitar with more than 1 pup) do a battery would fit
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