#1
Don't worry, I'm not asking what it is, I know, but on an LP, is the rhythm the bridge Pup and the treble the neck pup?
#2
'Rhythm' marker is for neck pup, 'Lead' for bridge, I believe. I remember thinking it's not how I would mark them.
#3
up is the neck pickup, middle is both pickups and down is the bridge pickup sorry i don't know which way treble is since my les paul never had one of the information rings
Last edited by britishsligean at Feb 16, 2009,
#4
you can use whatever for lead or rhythm, but yeah up is neck down is bridge

Neck with tone down and tons of OD=smooth leads
Bridge with tone rolled off=Nice crunchy rhythm.
So Lead=/=Bridge and Rhythm=/=Neck
#5
Rythem = Neck
Treble = Bridge

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#7
Quote by Malchius
no it's the other way round mate.


Me or TS?

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#8
Rythm - Neck
Treble - Bridge
Mid Position - Both

Simple huh?

Cool thing: When youre playing, just tap on the pickup with your pick or something.

You'll hear which one you are playing with.
Last edited by Zyl at Feb 16, 2009,