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    If it's not too much of an effort upload a photo of a guitar body with magnets and commands, that I try to find some information about it.
    Since this is an active guitar, a stereo jack is required to turn the battery off when the guitar is not in use.
    In the meantime, browse through this book.

    https://pdfslide.net/documents/guitar-electronics-for-musicians-donald-brosnac-568a016c5fdcc.html

    In the book you will find how to connect the battery to the jack.

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    What the guitar has from the controls and built-in effects

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