Laudiesdad69 wrote:Did it do this before you put the new saddle on? Did you lower the original saddle? If when lowering the saddle you wind up not getting it perfectly square and flat, you could wind up with less vibration in the area in question.
There is probably a paper thin film with a wire on it underneath the saddle. You can unplug this wire and remove the film and wire, this is your "pickup", and you can replace just that piece.
Have you checked your battery and headphones?
Or, ditch it and get a SoloEtte. Seriously, I've known the guy who builds them. You would never have a problem like that with Roscoe Wright's guitar. You can find them used every now and then, quite reasonably.
rojarosguitar wrote:I have a Godin Multiac Nylon String. Now, this is not a silent guitar, but quite silent. And, it has a very, very good pick up system. Maybe you can get it for your Yamaha, too.
I also remember that there is/was a US maker of electric violins and cellos (also some 6 string versions) called Zeta. They used a split pickup system with separate piezzo elements for each string and an electronic that allowed for individual adjustment of volume for each string... So, such systems do exist.
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