#3
Eye-catching gimmick.

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The other way round, if it had any measurable effect at all, it would be the make the treble a bit brighter in relation to the bass.

FWIW, I think that the tilt on strat bridge pickups might be better the other way, to brighten up the bass strings, and take some edge off the trebles.
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Eye-catching gimmick.


I agree especially on a superstrat with humbuckers, only one of my supers has this my, 87 Kramer and I can't tell the difference between the angled mount vs. the perpendicular mount.

A product of 80's hair metal LOL!

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#8
It makes it look 22% more 80s.
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