#1
My pickups on my guitar are a little far away from the strings and it is really taking away from my tone and sustain. How can I raise the pickups so they are closer to the strings?

Also, the action and all of that stuff is fine, I got the guitar setup professionally so thats all good, so dont suggest lowering action or anything.

Thanks
#2
There should be a screw at each end of the pickup - these mount it on the guitar and control the pickup height. Though if you got it set up they should have adjusted the pickup height too.
#4
What kind of guitar do you have?
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#6
it depends if you have direct mount, pickguard mount, or pickup-ring mounted pickups. This changes the location of the screws that need to be tightened to raise, or loosened to lower.
#8
K so the pickups are screwed into the rings. There should be one screw on each side of the pickup, so 2 screws per pickups.

To raise them, just tighten the screw. Don't raise them too high though. You want them just a perfect height to sound good.