#1
Couple questions.

1: Is there any way I can, without doing some immense surgery, make it so that I have say, a telecaster pickup on my guitar that I can plug into by plugging into the usual hole? The guitar in question is an electro-acoustic, but my issue is that piezos sound like complete trash through distortion. An odd requirement, but one I have regardless.

2: Is it even possible for me to do wiring work on it without destroying the guitar.

I am using a Washburn D10SCE on this particular project.
#2
You're not supposed to use a piezo with distortion, or any acoustic for that matter...
I'd suggest saving for a new guitar rather than quite possibly wrecking that one.
#3
I'm aware of that, I've just recently come into possession of some parts and thought it could be interesting.
#4
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I'm aware of that, I've just recently come into possession of some parts and thought it could be interesting.


Arighty, I still wouldn't suggest it, unless it's a decently less-expensive guitar and you have others.
#5
I dont see why you couldn't wire it to the jack. Just turn the volume down/off on the Piezo when you use the pickup and vice-versa. How you mount it on the acoustic is up to you.
#6
Could possibly mount it in/on the hole, like the external pickups you can buy for acoustic guitars?
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#7
Yes, build a bracket to hang it in the sound hole (presuming it's not an ovation with the funky sound holes that aren't under the strings). Now look at your piezos pre-amp, i bet the cable that goes to the output jack has a 3.5mm headphone type jack or similar. Wire that kind of jack to the tele pup in the sound hole then you can just plug back and forth!