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Mounting a Axon AX-101 hexaphonic pickup on a Gretsch archtop

Mounting a Axon AX-101 hexaphonic pickup on a Gretsch archtop

An old picture I scanned of how I had an Axon AX-101 (Roland GK2a equivalent) hexaphonic pickup mounted on my Gretsch Clipper archtop guitar. I used some plastic from an old CD case and some extra screws to mount the hex pickup on the wooden bridge and therefore to float under the strings.

Detail of mounting a Axon AX-101 hexaphonic pickup on a Gretsch archtop

Detail of mounting a Axon AX-101 hexaphonic pickup on a Gretsch archtop

An old picture I scanned of how I had an Axon AX-101 (Roland GK2a equivalent) hexaphonic pickup mounted on my Gretsch Clipper archtop guitar. I used some plastic from an old CD case and some extra screws to mount the hex pickup on the wooden bridge and therefore to float under the strings.

Aluminium rectangular tubing used for cover

Aluminium rectangular tubing used for cover

PC-200 keyboard carbon pads

PC-200 keyboard carbon pads

A close up view of the carbon pads of a Roland PC-200. The rear pads have deteriorated causing the pad to stop conducting.

G-202 body

G-202 body

A view of the Seymour Duncan replacement pickups, piezo and magnetic hex pickups, original potentiometers and the added extra switch for splitting the humbucker coils next to the original humbucker selector switch.

G-202 magnetic and piezo hexaphonic pickups

G-202 magnetic and piezo hexaphonic pickups

A view of the original GK-1 magnetic hexaphonic pickup, the RMC piezo bridge pickups and a Seymour Duncan SH-5 Custom pickup installed into the G-202.

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