#2
How much space is between the pick up and the string.?

If they are too close the magnetic pull may be cancelling out part of the strings vibration.
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#3
It's hard to tell what could be causing that when you're playing with distortion. Try recording some clean examples.
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Quote by GOLDIE93
How much space is between the pick up and the string.?

If they are too close the magnetic pull may be cancelling out part of the strings vibration.


They're kind of close, but they're ceramic, so I didn't think it mattered too much. Is the ceramic rule the same for passives?
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#5
Ceramic is just the magnet material... nothing to do with active or passive.
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Quote by HeavyMetalSonic
They're kind of close, but they're ceramic, so I didn't think it mattered too much. Is the ceramic rule the same for passives?


If I am correct, and I think I am. Ceramic magnets are highoutput. They are passive, but may have a greater pull on the string.

Try lowering the pickup height so that you have about 1/4 inch between the string and the pickup. See if problem persists. If not raise the pickup back up bit by bit until it reoccurs. Then you will know what the range is.

This is no guarnatee, just my best guess.
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