#1
i need to know from the owners of emgs or seymour duncans that require 9 v bat does that get annoying or do they not take that much changing i have a bc rich mockingbird and i need so good pickups for playing everything from joe satriani to cannibal corpse to hank williams
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#3
mine has been in for about 9 months so no i dont even realize i have a battery.
#4
if you want that kind of versitillity you dont need an active pickup dude...
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#5
its not annoying...the battery last a long time....need a set of emgs?....i have a set
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#6
My battery has been in since January, no issues...And I play a lot (EMG's by the way) The only thing that will cause the battery to die faster is if you leave your guitar plugged in all the time, which I wouldn't recommend anyway. But yeah, I said all that to say this : No it's not annoying at all.

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#7
sorry to steal the thread but are the Actives only "on" when the guitar is plugged in?
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