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    Stage Pro element preamp

    I see that the new Doyle Dykes Guild uses an LB6 plus Stage Pro Element Preamp.
    1) Is the LB6 natively compatible with Stage Pro Element or has the one in the DD model been modified?
    2) Is the Stage Pro Element still a current model? I've had a little trouble finding it on your website.

    Thanks

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    The Stage Pro Element preamp isn't naturally compatible with the LB6, so we had to modify a limited run of preamps for Doyle's new Guild line.

    The Stage Pro Element and Anthem are current products, and they can be found under the "Options" tab of the Element and Anthem product pages on our website.

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    Problems w/existing StagePro Element

    I own a Larrivee' guitar that came stock with the Stage Pro Element onboard system. The pre amp component battery compartment has a plastic lip to retain the battery. This piece of plastic has sheared off rendering the unit without power. Is there a way to repair, or do I just need to buy a new preamp component.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Holeman View Post
    I own a Larrivee' guitar that came stock with the Stage Pro Element onboard system. The pre amp component battery compartment has a plastic lip to retain the battery. This piece of plastic has sheared off rendering the unit without power. Is there a way to repair, or do I just need to buy a new preamp component.
    Hey Steve,
    If you want to email me directly at [email protected], I'll do what I can to help you out.

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    The Larrivee' guitar that came stock with the Stage Pro Element onboard system.
    The pre amp component battery compartment has a plastic lip to retain the abattery.
    This piece of plastic has sheared off rendering the unit without power. Is there a way to repair, or do I just need to buy a new preamp component.

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