#1
my neck pick ups is far lower than my bridge pick up.

i can adjust both.

does this affect sound ?
#2
The closer it is to the string, the more output it will have. In effect, more gain. The neck is normally lower so that it has a smoother, cleaner sound.

I'd leave them if I were you. If you do adjust them, don't get them too close to the string. The magnetic field of the pickups can start affecting tuning if they are too close; keep them a millimeter or two away at least.
#3
ahh ok thanks.

could the height be the reason why my sound is so bassy on the low notes but nice and high on the high ones ? its gets bogges down on the low strings
#4
Your neck pickup will usually be further away from the strings than the bridge as although they tend to be lower output there's a lot more string vibration. You usually adjust the heights so that both pickups are the same volume.
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#5
yep^

also you can raise different sides and sometimes pole peices, to emphasize different strings.

^^in ur case lower the bass side a little.
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ahh ok thanks.

could the height be the reason why my sound is so bassy on the low notes but nice and high on the high ones ? its gets bogges down on the low strings

Indeed, if it's sounding too bassy on the low strings, lower that side a little.
#8
I raised my neck one cause harmonics werent coming though propely.
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