#1
I'm considering installing a Fernandez sustainer in my guitar, but I was wondering if it would work well with a non-Fernandez pickup. I know that there needs to be a humbucker in the neck and bridge, but what if I put one on a les paul or a (fender) strat? Would it work well/decently/sort of/at all with the pickups on one of these?
#3
Basically, the pickup/driver you get with it, has to go in the neck. You can put whatever you want in the bridge. Unless you're a pretty good luthier, you don't wanna try doing it yourself. It's not like changing a pickup, it requires a lot of skilled routing.
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#4
Quote by JimPlaysGuitar
Basically, the pickup/driver you get with it, has to go in the neck.


Will it work with any neck pickup as long as its a humbucker?
#5
Nope, it has to be the driver. That's what makes the strings vibrate, as the bridge pickup picks it up.
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#8
^ebow?

If you want sustainer your going to have to change or at least modify a pickup.
#10
yeh theres the boss compressor/sustainer or the big muff pi but yeh none that are really dedicated to sustaining your notes