#1
What does the power of a pickup mean?

I know that an Evolution is more powerful than a Tonezone, but what does that mean? Does it mean that the Evolution would be able to pick up better pinch harmonics etc?

What exactly does a pickups power mean when it comes to sound?
#3
Taking the Evolution and |Tonezone in comparison:

Does that mean the Evolution sounds better distorted? And so it has nothing to do with the strength of signal it picks up?
#4
^ i wouldn't say better, that's all taste.

a higher output pickup, all things being equal, will distort an amp quicker (i.e. with less gain dialled into the amp) than a lower powered pickup.

Eg a low ouput pickup may need the gain on 7 to achieve the same distortion as a high output pickup with the gain on, say, 5.

also, higher output pickups tend to sound "meaner"- lower output pickups, even with the gain higher, still sound kind of "vintage".
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