Started by feloniouspunk, February 01, 2008, 08:04:33 AM
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Quote from: nervoteso on January 27, 2021, 01:29:23 AMi've found a lgtx sa used (almost new) at 1500 euro. this is the serial , what is the year production? 17065181
Quote from: nervoteso on January 29, 2021, 04:18:45 AMthat is a 2017 guitar. godin replied.do you suggest to buy a godin lgtx sa of that year?i could buy a lgtx of 2000 at 900 euro (used) and this one of 2017 at 1500 euro (almost new)
Quote from: nervoteso on January 29, 2021, 04:18:45 AMthat is a 2017 guitar. godin replied.do you suggest to buy a godin lgtx sa of that year?
Quote from: lazerdriver on December 20, 2021, 06:36:02 AMHas anyone ever tried to replace the stock pickups on and LGXT or LGX-SA with active pickups? I wonder if it is possible since they require 25k pots and a different type of jack that disconnects the battery when unplugged.Seems like you might be able to somehow tap into the positive lead of the battery that is connected to the piezo controls. By that I mean connect the power wire from the active pickups to the existing battery. That's assuming the battery for the piezo controls works the same way, disconnecting power when not plugged in. Then just replace the mag volume / tone pots and do whatever pickup rewiring needed at the 5-way switch.I feel there would there be more to it than that though.