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Ah, they're making a blade model now. The one I've seen is based on a Gibson-style toggle switch.

 

Yes, could be useful!

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I have the toggle version, and it's useful yes. Does however take a little getting used to, but once you do, it's great.

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I have the toggle version' date=' and it's useful yes. Does however take a little getting used to, but once you do, it's great.[/quote']

 

Did you have to rout the hole?

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My missus showed me a local newspaper write up about the switch the other day ,the place where they make these things is just down the road from me ,funnily enough she used to work there back in the early 70's as a junior typist , it was a much bigger place back then and it made all kinds of switches ,good luck to them anyway ,i do like the idea and I'll probably be buying a couple soon and retire a couple of the micro switches and clean up the front of the guitar.

 

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Did you have to rout the hole?

 

Nope, dropped right in. BUT I was using a an 84 Ibanez RS330 with the back routed cavity. I did drop it in a Paul clone to see if it would fit, and while it may be tight with the wires, it will fit.

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It looks like a easier & cheaper way to get all those Brian May type sounds on Strats.

 

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