At this time, we have only tested Fluence Modern Pickup sets and YES it works well with them.
We have not tested compatibility with other Fishman Pickups sets. We plan to do so sometime in the future and will post updates on our blog & social media pages when we do.
If your guitar/bass pickups are rated for up to 24 volts and has two wired 9 volt connectors we sell a bridge connector so you can use just one side so you would be able to use the 24 Volt Mod™ If you have a double battery box you won't be able to use the mod at this time, however we are developing a solution for double battery boxes.
NEVER connect (2) 24 volt mods™ to any 18 volt system!
Yes. The 24 Volt Mod™ has been tested with Seymour Duncan Blackouts and Livewire active pickups.
Yes it works well with most active pickups no matter the string configuration.
Yes the 24 Volt Mod™ is compatible with EMG single coil pickups.
NO. the 24 Volt Mod™ is not compatible with the SUSTAINIAC however if your guitar has an active pickup and a separate battery compartment for the SUSTANIAC you may be able to use the 24 Volt Mod™ with your active pickup if it has its own separate power and does not share power with the SUSTAINIAC system.
We have tested with EMG bass pickups with out any issues. Most EMG bass pickups are rated for a maximum of 27 volts.
However there are a few models of pickups and active preamp systems they rate for only 18 volts.
We have tested these systems with the 24 Volt Mod™ and had no issues.
However since the the 24 Volt Mod™ will exceed the maximum supply voltage of these systems listed for 18 volts, use of the 24 Volt Mod™ may void your warranty with EMG and we advise caution with use as over exceeding the recommended voltage always poses a slight chance that damage may occur.
EMG lists each pickups maximum supply voltage on their site listed under each pickup or preamps instructions. You can verify your pickups voltage if unsure.
Yes. Retro Actives are rated for a maximum of 27 Volts.
Yes. Jim Root Daemonum are part of the Retro Actives line from EMG and are rated for a maximum of 27 Volts.
For pickups that have not been tested by us, we advise against using the 24 Volt Mod™ since the pickups are not tested we cannot guarantee proper performance and use may cause damage.
You can always contact the manufacturer of your pickups to verify maximum supply voltage. Using the 24 Volt Mod™ in pickups not verified by us is done so at your own risk.
Yes the 24 Volt Mod™ has been tested with the Seymour Duncan Blackout Modular preamp BMP1.
The 24 Volt Mod ™ has not been tested with Aguilar active preamps. We have plans to test in the future.
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