I've owned my Parker Nitefly for a long time. I recently got it tuned up after having not played it for years. It has never felt or played this well before. I love the sound of the piezo pickup, but the battery has died. I'm a bit irked if this is the case:Do I need to remove the whole faceplate to access the battery and replace it?
I'm really happy with how it's tuned up and I'm afraid I'll have to take it back to the shop just to get the battery replaced. I cannot access the battery from the back.
] The manual is not help in explaining how to do this. In fact, it uses some pretty darn vague language.
I know this i totally a newb question, but I always leave any guitar tuning, maintenance and improvements to the professionals. [
I've replaced a car battery before, but that seems easier than taking off the whole faceplate and messing up a great job.