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Just looking for your impression. How you route the pups? Do you miss the tone knob? Are you blending the neck pup regularly? I assume you can run all three single coils and the piezo at the same time. Not sure I ever would but ya never know.
This guitar looks to have it all and I just sold an Axis SS with piezo and have been playing a standard Cutlass for a few months. I was thinking of buying a Fishman bridge and installing it on my Cutlass when I ran across this version. I was instantly smitten and figured someone on the boards would have some experience with it. So what do you think? And thanks.
Thanks Dan. Just picked it up today and haven't plugged it in yet but it feels really good to play and actually sounds good acoustically which is always a good sign. I have another question thought. With this guitar and the Axis I had there are 2 outputs. The chart that came with the guitar shows 3 options. With my Axis I would either run both the mags and the piezo into a single source with a mono 1/4" cord out of the mono output. Or I would run 2 chords into different sources using both outputs. What would one do with a stereo TRS cord out of the stereo output? The Axis had a toggle switch to blend in the piezo. This guitar looks to achieve this with the volume knob. One other thing, I'm a little confused by the neck blend knob. Do you actually blend the neck pickup by turning the knob down? Thanks all. Looks like I'm going to like this one a lot.