#1
I have a emg 89 in my neck and i have a blackout in my bridge.
i have one push/pull pot and a 3 way switch.


But then i change for the bridge to the neck, the 89 has a high output then the
blackout,

can anyone tell me why it is high then the blackout
#2
Quote by Metabolic_7
I have a emg 89 in my neck and i have a blackout in my bridge.
i have one push/pull pot and a 3 way switch.


But then i change for the bridge to the neck, the 89 has a high output then the
blackout,

can anyone tell me why it is high then the blackout


There isnt any reall reason why, they just are.
#3
Quote by Metabolic_7
I have a emg 89 in my neck and i have a blackout in my bridge.
i have one push/pull pot and a 3 way switch.


But then i change for the bridge to the neck, the 89 has a high output then the
blackout,

can anyone tell me why it is high then the blackout



damn that made me laugh.

Otherwise...i dont really understand what you're saying.
1. You're surfing the internet.
2. You're browsing through the UG forums.
3. You're reading now.
5. You didn't notice that there was no #4.
6. You just checked it.
7. Now you're having a lil smile.

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You Sir, have the best signature like ever!
#4
The EMG has a higher output, the pickups are not matching get a EMG for the bridge or a Ducnan for the neck
#5
raise the blackout and lower the emg till they are matched in volume
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