#1
Can you get a sustainer switch on your guitar, that will keep a note ringing? I heard you can, but I'm not sure.

Thx
#2
every sustainer has a switch so you can turn it on/off
they are good the only drawback is that it comes with its own pickup
so you to sacrifice one of your pickups
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#3
Quote by barcelona_rov
every sustainer has a switch so you can turn it on/off
they are good the only drawback is that it comes with its own pickup
so you to sacrifice one of your pickups

This.
Try the Fernandes Sustainer, it's a good system.
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#4
So you have a sustainer in the guitar and a switch to turn it on or off. And you can only have it with one pickup. Right?
#5
no, it takes the place of one of the pickups. so you can still have multiple other pickups, the sustainer just takes the place of one of them (usually the neck pickup).
#7
Quote by jof1029
no, it takes the place of one of the pickups. so you can still have multiple other pickups, the sustainer just takes the place of one of them (usually the neck pickup).
Ah I see. Could it be the middle pickup?
#8
Quote by 1nSingularity
Ah I see. Could it be the middle pickup?


Nope it'll need to be the neck pickup. http://www.sustainiac.com/ If you dig around their website you'll find the reasoning behind it but it's something like having the max. amount of distance between the bridge pickup and neck pickup.