#1
Does the distance between the pickups and the strings change to sound of the guitar at all? I'd try it and figure it out but I'm currently out of strings.
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#6
Dont get too close though. My friend has his too close to his pickups and his distortion sounds terrible.
#7
the distance effects the clarity of the sound of each pickup, as well as makes each one stronger/weaker. also the side of the pickup that is closest (treble or bass) will make those frequencies more pronounced.
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#8
experiment. I have a HSS setup and i have my top S the highest, the middle down at the same size of the pickguard, and my humbucker up high. Just mess with it untilly ou find something that you like.
#9
i also have a problem...i play with metal settings..and need the pickup height to agree with it...i think it sounds good, but i havent heard anything else you know?

ok well...i have a string through body, and sometimes my strings actually hit the bridge pup if i rest my hand on the strings...to high?
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#10
yes lower them a bit, to set mine i just keep on playing while lowering them like a half spin of the screw and such untill it sounds perfect
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Do you mean output, because they are essentially different things if want to be actually correct.