#1
i just received my epiphone les paul custom and the pick ups where a bit on the wonky side. the neck pickup is wonky and i dont know if it is meant to be like this or has the pick up cover not been tightened enough? anyways does this 'wonkiness' affect the sound or not?
#2
i dont know what you mean by wonky but if the pickups are raised higher at one end its supposed to because thats the way the body of the guitar gos
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#3
Usually the bridge pickup will be raised higher than the neck pickup.
#4
Could you give us a picture of some sort to show what you mean, is the pickup itself rotated?
Or is it the poles height?
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#5
"Wonky" doesn't really tell us anything. The first thing I would check is pickup height. If the pickups are to close to the strings they will become overbearing and you won't hear any of the tone from the guitar. I recommend you have the pickups set about 1 /4" away from the strings. As far as the pickup poles go me around with them with a flathead screwdriver. I have found pole setting is usually all about personal preference.
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#6
I bought a Les Paul Custom Silverburst. If you mean about the pickups being uneven, mine's that same way.
#7
Wonky probably means 'wobbly' when you touch it, as if if were not tightened down sufficiently, but some pickups do that yeah. Coverless ones. ^^

edit: oh wait you do have pickup covered

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