Started by ztones, July 13, 2009, 07:03:54 PM
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QuoteYou should try the following :-change the 9V battery-remove the strings, pull out the defective piezo saddle and gently twist the cable-clean the piezo saddles with isopropyl alcohol-spray contact cleaner on the preamp and the output assembly's circuit boards
Quote from: lespauled on March 21, 2017, 07:31:09 AMThis is from an email from Godin, that worked for me.Also was a little stunned that they told me that I would have to return to the dealer that I bought the guitar from, not the closest one. Thankfully, it didn't come to that.
Quote from: mccorp on August 21, 2017, 05:36:01 AMThanks for the comments and suggestions offered in this thread. I had the best luck with the hair-dryer technique offered by admin. It worked wonderfully for me and in a short period of time. It is evident that moister is the culprit and keeping it to a minimum it essential. I am wondering if storing silica gel in the case might be helpful during the months that are most humid.
Quote from: snhirsch on August 21, 2017, 06:11:14 AMInstallation of discrete ground wires is probably the only sure, long term fix. Line 6 have their heads firmly stuck in the ground with regard to the transducer grounding issues.
Quote from: mccorp on August 21, 2017, 08:49:47 AMThanks for this information. I this something that can be repaired or are you talking about a modification that needs to be built in at the ground level at the time the instrument is made?