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  1. I thought I'd start a new topic on this as it could be missed in my reply to another thread... Copy/paste from Graphtech's response to my query regarding the piezo bleed problem in alt tunings: Thank you for the email and support of Graph Tech. I would be happy to comment on your predicament. I have heard some industry feedback that the Line6 platform is somewhat susceptible to some moderate cross-talk (especially when it comes to alternate tunings). Although you can add a mechanical divider of some kind, the best option is to create space between saddles to reduce "bleed". You can remove small amounts of material off the side to improve coupling I hope that helps I responded asking the best way to attack it without damaging the piezos - I await with bated breath, before sallying forth with the bastard file... :ph34r: Can't wait to get rid of the cross-talk problem in alternate tunings - it was there before changing to the Ghosts, but I think they make it worse than the L R Baggs piezos - the only way in which the original piezos were better than the Ghosts IMO. As soon as I get the reply to the latest query to Graphtech, I'll put it up here.
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