#1
Would the battery casing (or whatever it's called, the thing in which you mount the battery) for a 9v battery fit in the compartment of an RGA (which normally uses two 1.5 V batteries)? Without additional routing, I mean.
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#2
technically yes but why would you want a 9V battery in something that's only built to take 3V???
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#3
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technically yes


I need a certain answer unfortunately.

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but why would you want a 9V battery in something that's only built to take 3V???


In case I want to change to other active pickups (Blackouts).
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#4
No it does not.

Which RGA do you have? I have the RGA7 and assuming they have the same 3V battery box (which they almost definately do) then a 9V will not fit, the cavity is too shallow to fit the battery in alone let alone the box for it as well.

The 3V battery case is just screwed in with 4 screws its very easy to take out if you really wanner check the dimensions. To mod it all you would need to do is make the cavity deep enough for a 9V box, pretty simple.


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#5
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No it does not.

Which RGA do you have? I have the RGA7 and assuming they have the same 3V battery box (which they almost definately do) then a 9V will not fit, the cavity is too shallow to fit the battery in alone let alone the box for it as well.

The 3V battery case is just screwed in with 4 screws its very easy to take out if you really wanner check the dimensions. To mod it all you would need to do is make the cavity deep enough for a 9V box, pretty simple.


Ah, shit. I had the RGA42 in mind actually, but the box is the same. I don't want to have to butcher the guitar, so scratch that idea.

Anyways, thanks for the clarification.
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#6
In that case just put the 9V in the main electronics cavity, it will fit.


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#7
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In that case just put the 9V in the main electronics cavity, it will fit.


Yeah, that would be the easy option, but seeing as how there already was a cavity in the guitar anyway, why not put it to use? Shame the 9v won't fit.
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