#2
I have no idea but i like the question!!! I suppose you might get less highs and more lows...since the bass pickup is designed to pick up lows......maybe.
#4
No clue. You should do it. May not work well, but we must make great sacrifice for badassery.

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#7
It will sound different, but not a lot different.

All pickups are just wire wrapped around magnets at the end of the day, whether they are designed for basses or not.

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#8
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what would happen if i put bass pickups on an Ibanez s470?

It won't sound like a bass.

Also, 4 polepieces, 6 strings.

In short, it's a retarded idea.
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#9
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It won't sound like a bass.

Also, 4 polepieces, 6 strings.

In short, it's a retarded idea.


Is it though? How about a 6 string bass pickup?

This kind of attitude is a real problem aswell, im glad back in the day people experimented with stuff more :/ i mean who'd have thought guitar into a fender bassman would work as well as it did?
#10
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Is it though? How about a 6 string bass pickup?

This kind of attitude is a real problem aswell, im glad back in the day people experimented with stuff more :/ i mean who'd have thought guitar into a fender bassman would work as well as it did?


6 string bass pickups are HUGE. it'd still sound stupid