#1
I'm playing my guitar and I've realized that my low E string sounds like it's going through a nice fender clean amp, while my G, B, and high E string sounds like it's going through a Mesa Dual Rectifier with the gain turned all the way up (a big exaggeration, but you get the point).

How can I get the strings to be more balanced tone-wise? Is this a problem with the pickups or the strings?
#2
you could try raising or lowering the pickups more on one side than the other (lower = less output). but there shouldn't really be as big of a difference as that, either.
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#3
You can also adjust the individual pole pieces if your pickups allow you to do so
#4
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you could try raising or lowering the pickups more on one side than the other (lower = less output). but there shouldn't really be as big of a difference as that, either.
Yeah i think that must've been a very big exaggeration
#6
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I have to agree with Dave check tour pickup height first, if your pickup is too low under the wound strings you will get a weaker signal.
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