Rocco_Crocco Posted April 21, 2016 Share Posted April 21, 2016 Several guys have reported swapping the low E and A string piezo leads that connect to the circuit board mounted to the sustain block, and suddenly the plink is on the A string, and the E sounds fine. If a given string is plinking one minute and fine the next (and vice versa), it's tough to blame the piezo elements themselves. It would seem to indicate that the problem lives somewhere else in the electronics. I'm no engineer, but a malfunction so stable that it can be routed at will, is odd to say the least. That is odd because I do not recall anyone having a plink issue on any other string but the low E. Just by coincidence the faulty elecronic components are only attached to the low E string? Sounds like someone at the factory is playing a joke on us. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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