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So i was watching a youtube video of a guitar James had made that consists of wood from the garage where they originally practiced in. The now the pickups are covered so I was assuming they were his standard "Het Set". He turned the guitar around and shown that the back cover was magnetic and you can even see 2 batteries. So Is he running the 18v mod on his sig set?



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You can use two batteries to either get 18v, or to get double the length of time before you have to change them at 9v. :shrug:
 

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Looks like one of the 9vs is wired to a mini toggle. Perhaps he can flick between 9 and 18v.
 

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What is the mini toggle for on the front? I wonder if he has LED side markers installed and that is what the extra battery is for. It seems like they are installed on a lot of KL explorers.
 

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Looks like one of the 9vs is wired to a mini toggle. Perhaps he can flick between 9 and 18v.
What is the mini toggle for on the front? I wonder if he has LED side markers installed and that is what the extra battery is for. It seems like they are installed on a lot of KL explorers.
Probably ^ ^ ^, or it's a total battery killswitch, so that he can leave his wireless cable plugged in (I see it dangling in the video).
 

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I watched it again, that cable is coming from the wireless pack, which looks like it's a part of the strap. So, I'm wrong :lol:
 
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