#1
can some one please clarify how the pickup switch on a 3 way switch works.
I think that the treble uses the pickup closest to the bridge
the rythm uses the pickup closest to the neck
and the middle part spilts the two

but i just wanted to double check
thanks
#2
the middle uses both i believe, i dont think they are split. but i could be wrong
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#4
rhythm=neck (warmer sound, think slash's solos)
treble=bridge
middle=both
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#5
Switch toward the neck = neck pickup. Use it for a warmer sound. Rythym guitar players use this setting, usually.

Switch in the middle = both pickups are used.

Switch toward the bridge = higher sound, used for screaming solos. Also, sometimes punk guitarists use this, since some punk bands only have one guitarist.
#6
well the rhythm pickup varies for most guitars, Sometimes it uses both bridge and neck pickup and sometimes it uses the half or neck and half of bridge.