#1
Hey guys,
I just got a Schecter C-1 E/A today and I was looking at it and noticed it had a battery slot on the back of the guitar. I thought to myself "Hm, it must be active" then I thought "I have no idea what active means" Can anyone help me out? What does active mean?

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#2
nice guitar...

anyways, active means the pickups use batteries to achieve an extra boost. just adds some more output.
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wow now thats pure sex with a neck and electronics
well anywhoo active means that the pickups use batteries for an output boost
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#5
that is one ****ing nice guitar, and its been said 3 times already what active means so it is no use for me to repeat it...but are thos F-holes painted on?...or is it actually sime hollow whatever machacallit
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#6
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actually i think the battery is for the piezo (sp?) pick up system in it.


bingo. shoul'dve come with one in there too.
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that is one ****ing nice guitar, and its been said 3 times already what active means so it is no use for me to repeat it...but are thos F-holes painted on?...or is it actually sime hollow whatever machacallit


no the f-holes are real.