Question about Takamine G Series EG340SC Cutaway Dreadnought Acoustic Electric Guitar
Hi, I will buy a used Takamine EG340SC-NS but the problem is that when i went to tested i notice that the gain button works backwards. The min. level its the max. level, any body else have this problem? and the indicator light of "low battery" its on when i turned up the volumen level to the maximum, its this correct or a failure? This is crucial to buy the guitar because the seller tells me that its an origin failure and im not sure about that. The guitar its made in china and every time i more and more disappointed of this failures, please hel me! thanks . . .
What probably happened is that somebody changed (or replaced) a volume control (commonly called a pot, short for "potentiometer," but got the two outside terminals swapped, as to how the wires attached. No big deal ... just swap the wires (WITH NO POWER ON, and no connection to any power sources or other equipment)!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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That is working backwards from what it should be. I suspect a wiring error. Since this is a recent purchase, do NOT risk voiding your warranty. There isn't any real good documentation on the tuner.
I am not sure which tuner you have HOWEVER with one type, the FIRST press will turn on the tuner with the sound going out as well till the tuner goes off. The SECOND press silences the sound and is tuner only, the THIRD press turns off tuner and passes the sound. This is different than a lot of tuners and you will need to do three presses to restore sound instead of the usual two.
Posted on May 03, 2011
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Most of the pedals are daisy chained right from the guitar. The output of the daisy chain goes into the DI box set to ground lift. An XLR to XLR cable goes from the DI box to the amp or mixer. Do NOT try to loop the sends and receives of the amp through PEDALS! The sends and receives are LINE LEVEL which is too high for pedals. The sends and receives are for external effects MODULES and EQ's that take line level. Some of those effect units have a foot switch to turn them on and off.
Posted on May 05, 2011
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