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BY Conway
#831367
The LED strip is a pickup blender control and coil split control for either or both pickups. The 3 way toggle is piezo/both/standard pickups. Volume, tone, piezo volume with pull piezo mid-boost.

The lighter stripes on the LED strip are indents that allow you to easily hit the usual bridge/middle/neck positions. Then there is a continuous blend in between.
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BY Conway
#831369
The fretboard is woven bamboo, which sounds like ebony but is 40% harder and an easily renewable resource. The fret markers roll over from the front to the side, which I think is a nice touch.

Note the quarter sawn maple neck that the grain runs at a diagonal along the neck, not straight in line. Apparently this is stonger against twisting.
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BY Conway
#831370
The back panel is attached by magnets with rubber washers. The front panel also has rubber washers. The neck is attached to the centre aluminium frame. This prevents the body dampening effect against the body.

The pickups just pop in and out, held by magnets also.
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BY Conway
#831373
KNNZ wrote:phwoaaaarr!!! congrats! that is next level awesomeness!!! i dig it!!

Cheers Keon. I have to say since I got it a month or so back, none of my other guitars have come out of their cases.
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BY Conway
#831376
I have a TRS cable that splits the piezo off to my vocal PA and running that plus the standard pickups to my guitar amp sounds awesome.
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BY Conway
#831377
Candeevr4 wrote:I was wondering why all the electonics, then realised the graphtech piezo setup.

Yep, and the slider LED and the mid boost too.
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BY jvpp
#831384
Conway wrote: The fret markers roll over from the front to the side, which I think is a nice touch.

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And I thought that was a cost cutting exercise :wink: