#1
Does anyone really care about diversity between the bridge and neck pickup? Like the JB/59's in my EC401VF are extremely diverse sounding. The bridge sounds pretty trebly and punchy, whereas the neck sounds really thick/warm/fat. I don't know if anybody cares really as long as they sound good, but I just found it weird. It's like they almost don't go together, but they do. Just my thoughts I suppose :P
#3
It helps to get a different tone without messing with my EQ too much when on stage.
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#4
Quote by Sean0913
You mean the difference between Rhythm and lead?

Sean

I mean there's a big difference. The neck has no bite, the bridge has TONS of bite. More so than the usual pickup set I'm used to. (Stock pups.)
#5
Yes, and i like it gives me (and others :P more diverese ranging and tone. Which is one of the reasons i dont like single pick up guitars, they just are so limited it what i want to sound like.



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#6
Quote by maximumrocker
Yes, and i like it gives me (and others :P more diverese ranging and tone. Which is one of the reasons i dont like single pick up guitars, they just are so limited it what i want to sound like.

Do you (or anyone else) ever solo on bridge instead of neck? I find it nice occasionally. More metallish sound.