#1
Anyone know if using a guitar's toggle switch as a kill-switch, like tom morello (rage against the machine), is bad for a guitar? Also, even if it's not too harmful to do every once in a while, what about doing it constantly? The reason why I'm asking is because I just bought an Epiphone Les Paul Ultra and don't want to kill it too fast.
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#2
Depends on how much you do it. The toggle switch itself is pretty sturdy though. BUt I wouldnt do it too much, just to be safe.
#3
dont do it
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#4
Using it like Tom Morello would be bad for any guitar, for using it as a fast killswitch shouldn't do much :p
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#6
i wouldn't sweat it really,even if you do it alot i'd imagine it would last a year or 2 at least and its a cheap and easy replace.
#8
I do this on my Gibson Les Paul, just turn my rhythm all the way down and alternate between treble and rhythm quickly.