#1
does the ibanez js40. that i posted recently, does it have a humbuckle or how ever u spell it?
#4
lol. hubuclke. thats pretty funny.
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#5
pffft
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#6
Quote by sashki
It sits under your strings and picks up their vibrations, sending a signal to your amp.

isn't that piezos?

the JS series do have humbuckers.
#7
Look on the Ibanez website, it exists for a purpose believe it or not.

Edit:
Quote by 4string-tsurigi
isn't that piezos?

They are loacted in the bridge/under the saddles methinks.
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#8
Quote by 4string-tsurigi
isn't that piezos?

the JS series do have humbuckers.


Well, piezo's pick up the vibration of the body as a contact microphone.

Magnetic pick ups 'feel' the interference caused by the string vibrating within it's magnetic field.

Anyway, they both pick sound up and it comes out of your amp.
#9
Yes it does
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