#1
I have a Jackson JS32 guitar because i play mainly thrash/heavy metal with very high gain, but i love classic rock and blues rock, Jackson is "too heavy" for this genre, change pickups or guitar?
#3
If you mostly play metal, keep your pickups that are geared for that. For blues, either compensate as said above, or get a second guitar. I'd say any blues and classic rock fan would enjoy a nice stratocaster. Maybe an HSS strat considering you like heavier stuff too.
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#4
I agree with the above. I was in your exact situation with a B.C. Rich guitar. In the end I got an HSS Stratocaster and it has been lovely.
#5
Guitars can be used to play any kind of music and will sound great if your amp is able to pull off the tones you like.

Get a new amp.
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#6
Yup, dial in the appropriate settings on your amp, or get a different amp that can do rock and blues.