#1
on the back you can open this little door and a battery pack comes out then it slides back in i have a blade guitar if any1 has seen one
#2
Its for your active pickups.
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#5
What type of pick ups does it have? Active EMG and such need a 9v battery if it doesn't have active pups I have no clue what it would be if it didn't have actives.

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#7
Your guitar must have active pickups - most guitars built for metal do. An active pickup is a pickup that uses extra power to boost the signal, making it louder when it comes out of your guitar.

EDIT:
If you take the battery out, your pickups won't work. Leave it in and remember to ALWAYS unplug your guitar when you're not using it.
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#8
oh kwl but do i really need to to get the most out of my guitar cus i dnt reli wanna keep buying batteries if it makes my guitar better
#9
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oh kwl but do i really need to to get the most out of my guitar cus i dnt reli wanna keep buying batteries if it makes my guitar better

Well, you either need to switch pickups to passives (don't underestimate the cost, you'll need to buy both new pickups and get the electronics replaced) or suck it up and replace the battery whenever you notice your tone dumbing down :p
#10
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oh kwl but do i really need to to get the most out of my guitar cus i dnt reli wanna keep buying batteries if it makes my guitar better


You'll only need to change the batteries maybe twice a year. What amp are you playing through?
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oh kwl but do i really need to to get the most out of my guitar cus i dnt reli wanna keep buying batteries if it makes my guitar better


First off, buy batteries in bulk. It's much cheaper.
Second, it's going to be much cheaper to buy batteries than to do a full overhaul of your guitar.
Third, please learn to type. This isn't 4chan.
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#13
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oh kwl but do i really need to to get the most out of my guitar cus i dnt reli wanna keep buying batteries if it makes my guitar better


always remember to unplug your guitar after you play, otherwise the batteries will run out faster
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#14
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always remember to unplug your guitar after you play, otherwise the batteries will run out faster


But even if you do leave your guitar plugged in 24/7, the batteries should last for around 6 months. (That's EMG's anyway.)
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#15
I'm not too sure how many Blade guitars have active pickups but it could also be used for that VSC 3 system as well.