#2
http://home.comcast.net/~mgollihur/emgmod.html

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#3
emg actives are designed to handle 27v. what you are referring to, i believe, is the 18v mod.
all you really have to do is connect another battery in series. all it takes is some wires, an extra battery, and some time. the mod is also completely reversable if you don't feel comfortable with it.
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#5
it's not gonna increase power. it's just gonna make it sound less compressed. no gain change at all, if that's what you were looking for. for more gain, buy a booster pedal or knob or switch and install it in your guitar.
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