#1
I was wondering if i would have to get batteries routed into a Alexi-200, or can i just switch out the pickups. i dont have the guitar, but if i got it i would like to put an emg 81 in it and i dont know if its going to be more trouble than its worth.
#2
The battery will most likely be able to fit in the control cavity so you won't have to route anything (make sure you wrap it in foam or something so it doesn't short out any electronics though)
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#3
You would have to get a battery box routed into the guitar. The Alexi-200 comes with passive pickups. In order to install active pickups you would need a power source.
#4
sell it, and buy the 600 model

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#5
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sell it, and buy the 600 model


This

The Alexi 200 really isn't upto much tbh. It doesn't even have the stripe.
Save and get the 600
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#6
Sell it and get a REAL Rhoads?

Alexi Laiho's guitar playing is just Floyd Wankery anyway.
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Justice4AllOne pretty much mentioned all of my ideas so yeah...pointless pun post.

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Thanks fer settin me straight on that Justice

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I was thinking that too, Justice usually seems like a pretty knowledgeable guy.
#7
Quote by Justice4AllOne
Sell it and get a REAL Rhoads?

Alexi Laiho's guitar playing is just Floyd Wankery anyway.



Eeeeeerm no it really isn't....

also you can't get a decent RR for the same price as an LTD alexi 200
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