I'm in the planning stages of a baritone build, probably a fretless around 28", and I will probably use a PAF for the main pup, but might put a piezo in, too. So, my question is, has anyone used a separate output jack for each pup rather than volume or blender pots? I remember back in the 70s and 80s stereo guitars were a big thing but I never played on. Anyhow, as always, all advice appreciated.
There have been many, search Lowebow, it has 2 pup/2 jacks? However, you will need a volume because the magnetic pup will have tons more output than the piezo? FYI the function of a stereo guitar is to use two amps at the same time to get a more unique tone, atomic punk by Van Halen is an example of this?
Thanks for the reply! Yeah, makes sense to put a Volume pot on the PAF. Throughg the years I've ran two channels or two amps quite a bit, but I always split at my pedalboard.
Hi on my tree cone CBG ,i did put two output jacks , to get a stereo effect ,one is a piezo, and the other was a lace pickup, ,you can send out to two amps and use differend effect on every amp to get a more full and archestoral sound ! only volume ,no tone pots, it keeps you busy adjusting all the tone and volume's but once you got that sorted out your good to blast away ! good luck on your endevor !