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  1. The battery isn't the problem since it only starts when the battery is fully installed. Maybe the variax circuit bleeds to the output when it's not on or something. It should be completely off but it isn't since it affects the sound with noise. Another lesson here, should have bought it from the local shop.
  2. Yes, the noise goes off when I take the battery out. I just have to play without the battery when I use the magnetic pickups. Battery in, noise increases.
  3. Hi! Just wondering is it common problem with variax standard guitars that when you have the battery installed there will be a lot of noise in the magnetic pickups. This is evident especially on the bridge pickup which seems logical since it is nearest to the electrical "variax stuff" in the guitar. And if this is common, then how have you shielded the pickups to get rid of it?
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