#1
Neck bridge and humbucker. Which sounds for which position? Like neck for tuis sound hb for this middle for this etc. This is for a hss strat
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#2
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#3
you can use them however you want but i usually use the bridge for leads and distortion, the
the middle positions for clean sounds and rythm playing,and the neck has many uses
#4
the middle is more clean while the bridge is for lead/solos (with a bit of treble) and the neck is for whatever you like, that has a bit more bass, a bit more "warmer" tone to it, while the bridge has a somewhat 'colder' tone

Hope this helps
#5
Neck bridge humbucker... so that's like... an SHS configuration? That's interesting...

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There are 3 positions. Neck, Middle & Bridge. A humbucker or single coil isn't a position, it's a type of pickup that goes in a position.

If you have an HSS, that means that you have a humbucker in the bridge, a single coil in the middle and a single coil in the neck.

As for what they're for, the answer is simply: whatever the hell you want them to be for. It's not like there's rules about how you can and cannot use your guitar. Just do what sounds good to you.
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#6
I stick with with half neck-half mid for rhythm and bridge for leads. Of course, you can do whatever sounds good. Those tone knobs can change it up a bit.
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