#1
ok im thinking about buting a EMG in this crappy strat i might get and Emg's run on batteries

so i was wondering would there be enough space for a battery in a strat???
#2
Yes.
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#3
Yes, There's room under the pickguard.

EDIT: If there's not room you can make room by routing the body a little under the pickguard. The pickguard will cover it up anyway and no one will be able to tell you did it.
Last edited by zakkwyldefan79 at Oct 20, 2008,
#5
Quote by killerscorpion
ok im thinking about buting a EMG in this crappy strat i might get and Emg's run on batteries

so i was wondering would there be enough space for a battery in a strat???



Nothing you ever do will necessitate that many question marks.

And EMG will not make a terrible guitar sound good. If it really is a cheap copy, it is likely to have intonation and other neck issues.

Not only that, but if you don't have a good tube amp, an EMG will do nothing. No pickups will, for that matter.

Before you go and waste a paycheck on pickups, please consider what I have said.

To clarify.. what I have actually said is, don't drop money into this guitar. Save for a better amp if you want tone, and a better guitar if you want playability.
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#6
^ good advice. listen to this guy.
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