#1
Has anyone had any experiance with a Piezo bridge, either the L.T. Baggs T-Bridge, or the Graphtech Ghost Bridges? They have the piezo crystals in the bridge saddles, and it supposedly sounds acoustic-ish? Can you wire it to a Les Paul so that one of the three positions in the 3-way selector switch is the Piezo bridge? Can anyone share their experiance on what these sound like?
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#2
Yea. My guitar teacher has one in his custom guitar. It sounds amazing. It will fit a Les Paul. I would get one if they made them in a tremelo, but theres wires that go through it and it wouldnt work as a tremelo.
#3
Quote by masterchief101
Has anyone had any experiance with a Piezo bridge, either the L.T. Baggs T-Bridge, or the Graphtech Ghost Bridges? They have the piezo crystals in the bridge saddles, and it supposedly sounds acoustic-ish? Can you wire it to a Les Paul so that one of the three positions in the 3-way selector switch is the Piezo bridge? Can anyone share their experiance on what these sound like?


You'd be better off using a 4-way selector, unless you want to lose the option of blending the treble and rhythm pickups or one of them individually.
#4
Parker guitars are supposed to have them. Apparently they sound pretty cool.
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