#1
Hi, I am selling my current guitar, an ltd viper 400 with active EMG's and I am getting an Ibanez s320, an I was wondering, since the body is so thin, is it possible to mount the 9v in the back?

Thanks
#2
I've heard it's impossible because the input jack won't fit on the guitar. But if the jack does fit, it is indeed thick enough for the battery.
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#3
Just about every guitar I've ever seen, has like, a triangular'ish control cavity. A 9 volt will easily fit in one. Maybe even two for the 18V upgrade. If you have a control cavity like that, you're good.
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#4
Quote by edwardthegreat5
I've heard it's impossible because the input jack won't fit on the guitar. But if the jack does fit, it is indeed thick enough for the battery.


There's more than one make of a stereo jack in the known galaxy, you know.
1992 Gibson Explorer (Seymour Duncan '59 neck, Custom Custom bridge)
Jackson King V Professional Std. (Seymour Duncan Invaders)
Mesa/Boogie Nomad 55
Mesa/Boogie 412 Recto. O/S Cabinet
Boss ME-50
MXR 10-Band EQ
#5
Thanks guys. But do you know what it is about the input jack that makes it so it doesnt fit? Is there a conversion or something?
#6
Quote by HavokStrife
There's more than one make of a stereo jack in the known galaxy, you know.

I am aware, but I believe the third prong does not allow it to fit for most normal jacks. Although there probably is one out there that'll fit.
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