#1
I'm just wondering about the way a pickup is placed. Does it matter if its upside down or not? Like, hypothetically, if you put an EMG in so that the letters were on top, would it matter?
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#3
just wondering!
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#5
i tried that wit my les paul n yes there is a major difference. i reversed my neck pup n the sound got a lil brighter
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#6
it depends if it's a pole pickup or a rail pickup... rail, no. pole, probably.

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#7
Some pups sounds different when turned around but not all of 'em do.

On the Dimarzio site they have faqs about some of their pups that sounds different when turned around.
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#8
emg's use bar magnets so they shouldnt change the sound at all.
one of the mysteries of hendrix' tone was that he strung the strings upside down to play lefty.
some think that kinda rouded out the tone; thinned out the low strings, thickened the highs
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