#1
What sounds different about the 18v EMG mod? Because I have the battery connector lying around, and I want to try.
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Quote by slashe50
What sounds different about the 18v EMG mod? Because I have the battery connector lying around, and I want to try.


If you've already got the parts you need then try it and see if you like it.
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#4
It's supposedly giving you more headroom, but no one ever reached the 9V headroom either, so it's just another hype.
#5
Its a minimal difference but It can be what you need if you want a little more from your tone, try it out, its a piece of cake to do and just as easier to reverse
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#6
It makes more difference on some EMG's than others. It makes quite a noticable difference on the 81.
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