#1
This guitar is Steve Vai's and was heavily modified by him. Can anybody tell me what is up with the jack plate on this strat? It looks like the there are some different modes of output and/or switches on the plate, but what do they do specifically??

Edit: The link is here

http://www.vai.com/Machines/guitarpages/guitar068.html
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#3
Yeah I've tried looking online but I can't seem to find any aftermarket products that match the jack on that strat. Last chance for anyone who knows?
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#4
I've seen it reviewed in Guitarist magazine a couple a years ago. its basically got a mini switch on it that puts the signal through a passive preamp curcit that alters the tone. Its supposed to give a passive output increase by altering the frequencies somehow.