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  1. Nope. SS06TQF by livewire (http://livewire-usa.com/ss06tqf/) best of luck...keep plugging away at it I guess. It was a sigh of joy when I strummed my breedlove without the high pitch whine. Hope you can solve your issue as well.
  2. Perhaps, but it works. The "common" use of the G10 takes a TS guitar jack signal and transfers it to the TRS-G10 (TS-TRS-wireless transmission). Using the extension adapter to, yes, demodulate the ground creates an interface from "TRS-TRS"-TS-TRS-wireless transmission. Added connections are rarely, if ever, a musicians ideal, but can you argue the success?
  3. John McManus Did you try the TRS-TS adaptor extension?
  4. HIGH FREQUENCY SOLUTION! If anyone is still looking for a fix to the high frequency buzz when using active pick-ups with the G10, try a TRS male - TS female Adapter. I've been battling the issue for a bit, and a ts-ts adapter is really the only simple suggestion, however, that does not address the signal issue. A TRS-TS adapter (a 6" works perfectly...$7 at guitar centers) brings the active signal down to a passive signal and completely eliminates the high pitch. I tried it yesterday with great success....sigh of relief. As an add-on....with the 6" adapter the transmitter dangles. A simple and easy solution for me was to put the G10 transmitter in an i-pod "pouch" usually attaches to arm bands (the smaller old kind of Ipod). The 1/4 connections fits perfectly snug through the hole where earbuds wires would normally go, and the clip attaches perfectly to the guitar strap. FYI: I use an LR Baggs Dual Source on a custom Breedlove
  5. HIGH FREQUENCY SOLUTION! If anyone is still looking for a fix to the high frequency buzz when using active pick-ups with the G10, try a TRS male - TS female Adapter. I've been battling the issue for a bit, and a ts-ts adapter is really the only simple suggestion, however, that does not address the signal issue. A TRS-TS adapter (a 6" works perfectly...$7 at guitar centers) brings the active signal down to a passive signal and completely eliminates the high pitch. As an add-on....with the 6" adapter the transmitter dangles. A simple and easy solution for me was to put the G10 transmitter in an i-pod "pouch" usually attaches to arm bands (the smaller old kind of Ipod). The 1/4 connections fits perfectly snug through the hole where earbuds wires would normally go it, and the clip attaches perfectly to the guitar strap. FYI: I have the LR Baggs Dual Source in a custom breedlove
  6. HIGH FREQUENCY SOLUTION! If anyone is still looking for a fix to the high frequency buzz when using active pick-ups with the G10, try a TRS male - TS female Adapter. I've been battling the issue for a bit, and a ts-ts adapter is really the only simple suggestion, however, that does not address the signal issue. A TRS-TS adapter (a 6" works perfectly...$7 at guitar centers) brings the active signal down to a passive signal and completely eliminates the high pitch. As an add-on....with the 6" adapter the transmitter dangles. A simple and easy solution for me was to put the G10 transmitter in an i-pod "pouch" usually attaches to arm bands (the smaller old kind of Ipod). The 1/4 connections fits perfectly snug through the hole where earbuds wires would normally go it, and the clip attaches perfectly to the guitar strap. FYI: I have the LR Baggs Dual Source on a custom Breedlove
  7. has anyone tried a 6" TRS male to TS female adapter to eliminate the buzz? Does anyone use the LR Baggs anthem without the buzz with the G10?
  8. Question 1: I have an LR Baggs Dual Source pickup in a Breedlove and I'm trying to get rid of the high pitch frequency created through using the G10 wireless system. It's a fairly common problem, but the solution seems hard to find. Has anyone tried using a 6" TRS - TS adapter to successfully eliminate that buzz? The recommended mono ts-ts adapter does not work. Or how about a TRS to TRS male to female adapter? Any other success stories to eliminate the high pitch buzz with the dual source pick up? Question 2: Does anyone use the G10 with the LR Baggs Anthem? Do you get a high frequency buzz, and/or can you easily eliminate it with convenient to use adapters?
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