#1
Can I put a neck humbucker in a bridge position without any major repercussions?
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#3
There will just be less volume then a pickup that's designed for the bridge.
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#5
Its going from my old LP Studio to a project strat
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#6
Pickups are recommended for slots... which doesnt mean you can't mix and match pickups aside from there recommendation... But if a humbucker from hell says its for the neck slot i would put it in the neck slot...lol
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#7
You think Paul Gilbert's guitars were intended by the manufacturer to ever be played with three picks on a power drill? how's about the little electric thingy Kirk uses early on in the rockumentary "Some Kind of Monster"? That **** wasn't intended, but people still did it because it was innovative, and it sounded good
#8
I actually use a 59'b in the neck position in my Les Paul for the extra sparkle. I thought that neck humbuckers sounded too dull, so I popped a bridge one in my neck position. It's just another way to customize. Soon, I'll be putting a neck position antiquity in the bridge of my Ibanez strat and a neck position GFS retrotron in the bridge position of my Epiphone. I'm using neck pickups to kill some of the "hot" output from the bridge pickups. I want jangle, not attack.

And F-spaced isn't necessary. I don't think I ever put an F-spaced HB in my strats, and they turned out fine.
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