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Re: OT: Sustainiac

You are correct sir.  However, as an owner of the stealth plus I wanted 
to point out that I thought the driver sounded pretty cool as a pickup. 
  You can't have both though.  Lucky for me I wasn't using the neck 
pickup much on my Steinberger.  However, on my G&L running the neck and 
middle pickup together is my favorite tone.

OK, maybe we're boring, but it's good to be feeding this repository of 
gear fetish knowledge.

Mark Sottilaro

On Friday, August 8, 2003, at 01:32 AM, JustinFobes@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 8/8/03 12:40:47 AM Central Daylight Time, 
> sine@zerocrossing.net writes:
> Not so, the driver looks like a regular single coil, no routing needed.
> You might have to route to get the electronics and battery in though. 
> The driver pickup (or should I say output?) can actually function as a
> kneck pickup and sounds pretty good.  I actually really like it,
> possibly better than the EMG that was there in a sense.
> Mark Sottilaro
> I'm sorry mark, I didn't make myself clear.   : )
> The driver in the Stealth Plus model apparently cannot function as 
> both driver and pickup at the same time.  The only way around it is to 
> mount another pickup next to the driver, like a humbucker.  They even 
> offer a model with a mounting plate for it.
> My fav feedback tone is the neck pickup.  I even gig sometimes with a 
> little Fender Deluxe 5e3 up on a stool near me that I'll run offa the 
> DL4's right output so's I can make it wail. 
> Sorry if I sound boring!  (But at least I brought us back on topic a 
> bit by mentioning the loop box, ha!)
> -Justin Fobes
> http://artists.iuma.com/IUMA/Bands/Justin_Fobes/