#1
using emg(active) pick ups, do you need to use a differant jack or toggle switch?
if i did have all my gear in my sig, id have to change it weekly

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#2
No. You rewire the guitar to act just as it always did... unless you want to things like push-pull split coil, or change the number of pickups, but that's another story.
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#3
so all i need are the pick ups and pots?
if i did have all my gear in my sig, id have to change it weekly

"I tried to talk to you and you just kept playing"
"Well why didn't you pull out your boobies?"
"You were busy, I didn't think that would matter."
"Boobies always matter, always."
#4
that second reply isn't right..

since EMGs are active, they use a battery (but you know that already)

you need to use a stereo jack and wire it accordingly, so that when you unplug the patch cord from your guitar, the battery is shut off and your battery life isn't killed
a normal switch'll work just fine though

that being said, EMGs come with prewired pots/battery clip/stereo jack, so you should have everything you need from the get-go
#5
thanks james. thats kinda what i thought, but wasnt 100% sure. im trading them for whats in my guitar now and just want to be sure i get eveything i need from the guy
if i did have all my gear in my sig, id have to change it weekly

"I tried to talk to you and you just kept playing"
"Well why didn't you pull out your boobies?"
"You were busy, I didn't think that would matter."
"Boobies always matter, always."