#1
yeah so I just Installed a seymour duncan sh-6 distortion pickup in my old schecter omen. The pick up itself roars and has very high output. When I switch to the neck, there is still a lot of output, but not as much as the sh-6, but thats because it's just not as hot. But the crazy thing is that when I put the selector in the middle position, I lose around 50% volume and the sounds becomes extremely trebley and twangey. IKt is actually ridiculously close to the bridge single in a strat. So my question is, what the shit is going on? I've been told the two individual pickups phasings could be clashing (Or something).

I plan to keep it though, because when I switch on my Big Muff, it regains the volume to be equal with the sh-6, but keeps the trebley twangey-ness. But yeah what's up with this? If someone could clarify it would be awesome thanks,
Ev.
#2
You've got the SH-6 out of phase with the other pickup. Its easy to fix, just swap the hot and ground wire of the SH-6 (not the bare ground, just the insulated one, should be green).
That will put them in phase with each other again.
#3
I had the same problem with one of my basses. What you're getting is the difference between the pickups. It is because one of them is wired the wrong way around.
#4
Yeah my teacher suggested that, but like I said, when I kick in the pedal, it sound awesome and I actually prefer it to the bridge position (Only with the Big Muff though). I never use that position much for cleans and my amps distortion anyway, always bridge or neck so I'm considering keeping it.

BTW littlephil I'm in Australia to where r u