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  1. Any 3rd party active circuitry in the guitar?
  2. How do other guitars sound going through the amp? Did it do that before you changed the pick-up?
  3. Correct, for data only. VDI 15ft cable with Canon shells at both ends is for playing through.
  4. Be very careful loosening the nut under it. It holds in a bracket underneath. If it gets too loose, it can fall inside. Also, if it gets too loose and you tighten the nut again, it can leave the Model knob off center and can hang-up when you go to engage the Models. So be very careful and aware.
  5. Pair of spoons or flat-head drivers,... very carefully. Why do you need to pull off the knob?
  6. https://line6.com/find/service_center/ Go to the pull-down heading for guitar servicing locations. Sounds like it needs to be checked out by the Line 6 authorized service center in your area. There are about four different things that can do that, so it needs to be check by a service center that knows the product.
  7. Full Compass doesn't ship out of the USA. Check with the service center list for your area, see if they can special order it for you. https://line6.com/find/service_center/ Or our service partners in the Euro at Yamamha in Germany, through the Support Ticket system through your account.
  8. Too much proprietary stuff inside. Too much high voltage hazard. Too many out there who get in too deep, mess up, then it ends up on my repair bench or my lab mates. Trying to prevent that. If a fuse blows on one of these, the reason is serious, and a new fuse won't solve it (and maybe even make it worse). No custom kits or corner electronic store mods with these. If it does need servicing at some point, there's always E&M Electronics in Milton Keynes or my mate, former L6 Rugby tech Mark Wright Music in Northampton. I know, I'm a tech tweaker myself, Mark can confirm that. :) Cheers. Rock-n-roll!!!
  9. I know. The days of bulbs are gone. Not like the tube amps of the 1960's and 70's anymore. I'm used to it.
  10. Surface mount LED's on a board. Don't mess with them.
  11. No. Just cavities for the electronics.
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