#1
okay so im thinking about putting some of those acoustic simulating pickups in my Ibanez RG4EX1. i wanna put them in the neck position because i rarely use it and i figure itd be cool. does anyone know anything about these? would it be hard to do this? thanks in advance.....
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#2
i always thought they had to go right behind the bridge, cuz that's where those kinds of sounds originate from.
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#3
oh idk i saw a guitar that had one in the neck position, maybe thats not what theyre called.....does anyone know wat the real name is? they looked pretty much like a normal humbucker, and included a 3 way switch attached to it
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#5
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#6
Piezos go right under the saddle of your guitar,

you can replace your bridge and still have both pups


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