#1
Hey guys!,

So, today I was gonna record a cover and when I played my guitar DAMN the first chord sounded horrible, so I tuned it (it wasn't out of tone though). I played again and BAM horrible. Then checked the intonation which was perfect. Turned off the amp, the pedal, turned them both on again, checked my tone pot, checked the EQ in the amp and pedal. Nothing could get rid of this horrible sound. Then I noticed the last 3 strings were the problem. They sounded really bad and almost like a bass.

I played with the pickup volumes a bit. I was on the bridge pickup when I turned down the volume for the neck and the horrible sound wasn't there anymore. I maxed the neck volume again and the sound was there.

How can my neck volume have this kind of "switch"? When I max it out the bridge sounds horrible and when I turn it down about 5mm the horrible sound goes away.

What's the problem? And what should I do?

Thanks,

SAHM
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#2
bump. I really need your help guys.
Gibson Firebird 70s Tribute
Orange TH30
Zilla 2x12 Fatboy
Big Muff Pi