#1
What would be the difference in tone? I'll be buying a bare knuckle Nailbomb for distortion, and a bare knuckle Juggernaut for clean. I play a lot of metal, by the way.

I like my cleans very warm but with good highs still.
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When it comes to distortion, I like a bit of everything, but mostly good mid and highs (I like to leave most of the bass where it belongs... to the bassist :P)

The first video I posted might be a good enough example already, but here's another example just in case.

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So my main question here would be this: What would be the best pickup position for cleans, and for distortion? Neck, or bridge?
#2
I personally prefer to play with the neck or middle position when using a clean tone. With distortion it depends on what I'm doing; If I'm playing rhythm i always prefer the bridge position, if I'm playing leads it's either or depending. If I want a smoother tone I'd use the neck, if I want more bite I'd go with the bridge.
#3
what guitar, what amp, etc
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#4
Since you're set on what you're buying already, flick the pickup toggle and just see what you like.
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I personally prefer to play with the neck or middle position when using a clean tone. With distortion it depends on what I'm doing; If I'm playing rhythm i always prefer the bridge position, if I'm playing leads it's either or depending. If I want a smoother tone I'd use the neck, if I want more bite I'd go with the bridge.


agreed (though occasionally bridge if i want a brighter clean tone)
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