#1
so if u have a single effect pedal powered by a 9V battery, the battery starts getting drained as soon as you plug a cable into the input, regardless of wether its connected to a loop or just the cable by itself... i was wondering if this applied to acoustic guitar pickups as well - i have a fishman ellipse VT w/preamp installed in my taylor110, and it uses a 9V battery just like almost all acoustic/electrics. Does the battery start to drain as soon as u plug in a cable? what if the other end of the cable is not plugged into anything?
#2
after u're done playing take out the cable, or it will kill the battery.
Jenneh

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#3
it still kills the battery even if the other end of the cable is not plugged in?
#4
yes. just like a pedal. u need to take out the cable.

also, my batteries seem to last a long time.
Jenneh

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