#1
Is there anyway to have the E,A, and maybe D string have a kind of low tone(like the basss is turned up ont he amp) but the G, B,and E string still have the kind of bright sound. ANy clue? Does that have anything to do with the pickup heights?
#2
That's because the three lower strings are wound and the other three strings are not. The E, A and D strings are called the bass strings and the G, B and e are called treble strings. You figure why.
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hmm... thats a tricky one. mabey if you can isolate the pickups so that the two pickups each pickup only three strings each, mod the tone then remix them in the amp, but i think thatd be more work than its worth. the only other way i could think of would be to run it through a pedal, or better yet a computer and isolate the frequency range to change, similar to a compressor/limiter, but instead of baseing it on volume you base it on the frequency.

bottom line itd be way more work than its worth. just play whatever it is on 2 guitars
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