#1
how do you lower your pickups? better yet, will it solve my problem. i have a gibson les paul standard and im trying to make it so the low e string doesnt sound horrible and like a bass instead of a guitar. it starts to distort horribly at high volumes even on the clean setting. i have a 100 watt all tube fender twin amp. what could be the problem? i have an noise suppressor, krank distortus maximus. i use monster cables and power slinkys. what could be the problem and how do i fix it?
#4
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#5
get some better strings other than Ernie Ball, get some D'Addarios or Dean Markleys
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#6
Wow, I'm surprised that nobody's answered this properly.

There should be two screws on each side of your pickup, unscrew them and it should lower a bit. Just make sure you don't overdo it.
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