Hello, dear VisiHow viewers! When your guitar with active pick-ups stops sounding brightly or loudly, it does not produce any sound at all, or several years ass, you have to replace its battery. A battery is a 9-volt bar-shaped unit that is placed inside the guitar and is connected with pick-ups.
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