#1
On my epi les paul special, the notes higher up on the fretboard, usually past 12, sound really bassy and bad. Is that a result of the cheap neck, or pickups?
#2
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On my epi les paul special, the notes higher up on the fretboard, usually past 12, sound really bassy and bad. Is that a result of the cheap neck, or pickups?

Go to the Electric Guitar forum, and post in the Ultimate Set-Up thread. Jenny will help you.
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#3
It's probably just physics.
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It's probably just physics.



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On my epi les paul special, the notes higher up on the fretboard, usually past 12, sound really bassy and bad. Is that a result of the cheap neck, or pickups?

Well, its probably partially how your guitar is setup, and your Spider III.

How high do you have the amp cranked up?

Turn down the bass. Drop the mids a little. And boost the treble a little probably. Keep the volume around 3-4. and put the pickup selector in the both or bridge position with the tone knob all the way up. It might improve a little.
#6
I love how the notes really high up the fretboard sound. Must be your amp.
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