#1
but how do i adjust the height of the pickups? do i have to take them out and adjust it or can i just get a screwdriver and tighten or loosen the screws as is in the body?
#2
adjust the two screws either side of the centre of the pickup, clockwise to raise the pickups, anti-clockwise ot lower them.
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#3
so, if i lowered the super distortion pickup, it would probably make it less muddy, eh? i had to really crank down the bass and mids on the amp to make it tolerable, ha.
#4
^Trial and error would be the best way.

And remember, lefty loosy, righty tighty, haha.
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#5
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^Trial and error would be the best way.

And remember, lefty loosy, righty tighty, haha.


i dont get it...
#6
You turn it left it loosens up...you turn it right it tightens. Its just a nifty rhyme to help remind us non-mechanics how screws work.
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You turn it left it loosens up...you turn it right it tightens. Its just a nifty rhyme to help remind us non-mechanics how screws work.


ahhh... im at work right now but im gonna try that when i get home. i definetely need to lower the bridge pickup... its WAAAAAAAY too muddy.
#8
allright, adjusting the pickup height made a HUGE difference. im liking my pickups alot more than i did before, ha.