#1
I went to guitar center to have some pick ups put on and they put the pick ups in different positions then what the directions said. Do i need to take the guitar back and have them switched?
#3
If the pickups are two different types and they swapped them AND you paid them to install them, you better believe I'd take it back and make them correct it. This isn't the first time some guitar tech at GC has screwed up something.
#4
i bought emg 81 and 85 and the 81 should be in the bridge position and the 85 should be in the neck position. but the dumb ass switched them around
#5
Quote by KG6_Steven
If the pickups are two different types and they swapped them AND you paid them to install them, you better believe I'd take it back and make them correct it. This isn't the first time some guitar tech at GC has screwed up something.


Yes, what he said. You payed them, they should do it right. Also its not going to sound as good switched around.
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#6
take it back and burn their ass and make them do it for free. also have a massive rant,
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#8
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yea if they messed up then there is a problem. how much does it cost for them to install pickups?


it cost me 100 bucks for 2 active pickups but i think they said it only cost 60 bucks if they were passive. its actually kind of a rip off but i didnt want to mess up putting them on my self