#1
so i was just playin around with the pickups on my 1991 studio les paul,
while i was lowering the neck pickup, it sort of dropped in a weird position and looks wacky, but i plugged it in and it sounded killer
should i put the pickup back in place so it looks better, or should i leave it where it is
also, if i leave it, will it affect the pickup or the guitar in the future?
thanks
#5
Should'nt affect it. It really depends on if your gigging out with it our just using it as home/studio use. If your gigging, i'd make it look good, if your in the studio, leave it.
#7
Quote by Crimson Ghost
so i was just playin around with the pickups on my 1991 studio les paul,
while i was lowering the neck pickup, it sort of dropped in a weird position and looks wacky, but i plugged it in and it sounded killer
should i put the pickup back in place so it looks better, or should i leave it where it is
also, if i leave it, will it affect the pickup or the guitar in the future?
thanks


Sounds like you lowered it too far and the screw came out of the pickup. I would take it out, put the screw and spring back on just enough to hold them on, and then leave it at that.
#8
Quote by CJRocker
Sounds like you lowered it too far and the screw came out of the pickup. I would take it out, put the screw and spring back on just enough to hold them on, and then leave it at that.


i think thats what happened but i dont really wanna have to restring the guitar, is it gonna mess it up if i dont do it in the next 2 weeks?
#9
Quote by Crimson Ghost
i think thats what happened but i dont really wanna have to restring the guitar, is it gonna mess it up if i dont do it in the next 2 weeks?


You'll be fine