#1
i recently bought an ltd mh-1000 when i plug it in i thought I'm gonna hear a great tone but when i played it it sounded thin and it doesn't have much gain so why is that? and by the way the guitar is brand new.
#2
Have you tried more than one battery? Could be the battery that came with the guitar is dead.
"Air created the greenness. And once you've got something, that leads to otherness." - Karl Pilkington.
#3
Quote by Lavatain
Have you tried more than one battery? Could be the battery that came with the guitar is dead.

thank you dude for your post but it turned out to be a bad cable sorry.
#4
Quote by guitarmolester
thank you dude for your post but it turned out to be a bad cable sorry.

"Air created the greenness. And once you've got something, that leads to otherness." - Karl Pilkington.
#10
Quote by Espace39
EMG's need batteries?


Active EMG's will need batteries. All active pickups need batteries to power them.
#11
Quote by Espace39
EMG's need batteries?



EMG's normally use 9v batteries but i know ibanez actives tend to use AA ones. or at least on my 7 string they did
I shouldn't post when drunk..



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