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What's up guys, just figured I would tell you about my new pickup swap. I plopped a seymour-duncan jb in the bridge of my Ibanez, and it couldn't have gone better. Besides how it was done real ghetto on my kitchen table. But otherwise it was perfect. It sounds a little hotter on the neck pickup for almost no reason now, on both it sounds acoustic almost, and on bridge it is hotter and sounds good.
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Last edited by athlete1 at Feb 21, 2009,
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So its hotter on the neck for no reason, but its hotter on the bridge? Care to explain?
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So its hotter on the neck for no reason, but its hotter on the bridge? Care to explain?

i guess because the solder connections are better. i don't know. just everything got hotter. the bridge is way hotter than everything else though. i mean way hotter. it sounds great