#1
Hey!

I'm new on this forum but...I just can't find the answer anywhere!
so...When will i get warmer tone on stratocaster...when i put pickups
near strings or away from them?
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#2
none of them, just use the neck pickup or neck and middle pickup (you do this by using your pickup selector) and try using the 2 tone knobs do get it warmer
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#3
yeah you wont really get a much warmer tone by changin the pickup height. turn the tone knobs down a bit lower, not too much, or it'll sound muted and pretty bad, just enough to take the edge off the tone. and turn the bass on your amp up a bit.
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#4
Be careful messing with pickup height, too close to the strings will let the magnets mess with your sustain. Too far will reduce the output. That said, moving the pickup a little closer to the string seems to help a little bit. You may just want to raise the bass side of the pickup. Neither of those things are going to give you much more warmth though.
#5
Kozlic, just so you know in the future, raising the pickups closer to the strings will just make them louder, and lowering them decreases volume.
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