#2
9V batteries and it depends on which brand of pickups you are using
#4
depending on what pickups you're using (seeing the schecter I assume EMG's), its more than likely a single 9V (some might have 2 of them). if you're unplugging your guitar when not playing, the battery should last thousands of hours. you don't really need to change it until you notice a change in performance; gritty sounding, weak and sluggish response. I change mine every year or so, regardless of whether the battery is going just to avoid any "surprise on stage!!!" moments
#7
1. They're called "ACTIVE" pickups
2. The battery should last a very long time (few months to a year)
3. Keep the guitar unplugged when you're not playing, because when the guitar is plugged in, it uses up the battery.
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1. They're called "ACTIVE" pickups
2. The battery should last a very long time (few months to a year)
3. Keep the guitar unplugged when you're not playing, because when the guitar is plugged in, it uses up the battery.


this- and you'll notice a signifigant change in tone when its time to change the battery
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#9
I find that the amp starts crackling when the battery needs to be changed. The first time it happened, i thought the valves in the amp were dead. A new battery later, problem fixed.
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