#1
I have a Dean ML ATF3000 guitar that I have Seymour Duncan SH-6's in. I hate the dirty and clean tones of the SH-6 in the neck but I love the Sh-6 in the bridge. I'm thinking of putting the stock Dean DMT Time Capsule back in the neck. Would doing that mess with the tone of my SH-6 in the bridge.
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#2
*affect

no, not unless the guitar has some funky wiring.
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#3
No, unless you screw something up terribly.
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#4
Uhhh... isn't it because of the position of the neck pickup compared to the bridge pickup?
#5
Ok just wondering because I hear people talk about one pickup sounding good with another one. I didn't know if the magnetic fields had anything to do with anything. I don't want to f up my guitar.
#6
I think it's more so that the tones are complementary to each other if you're blending input from multiple pickups.
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#7
Why the hell did you ever put a Duncan Distortion in the neck in the first place? There is literally no time at all when that would ever be suitable.

Put literally any other pickup back in the neck, it'll be an improvement.
#8
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Ok just wondering because I hear people talk about one pickup sounding good with another one. I didn't know if the magnetic fields had anything to do with anything. I don't want to f up my guitar.


No, that only really comes into play when your pickups are too close together, and if you are running two pickups active at the same time (like positions 2 & 4 on a 5-way Strat). If you're dealing with a normal spaced HH guitar, it doesn't matter.
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