#1
I havn't been able to find this anywhere and have always had trouble understanding it. Now when people say 'I use my bridge pickup' does that mean on the pickup selector they have it set to rythem on a SG ?
#2
yes. bridge=rhythm. neck=treble.
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yes. bridge=rhythm. neck=treble.

opposite. bridge = treble, neck = rhythm
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opposite. bridge = treble, neck = rhythm


really? i always thought it was the other way....hmm. guess you learn something new everyday. kinda doesnt make sense. i use my neck for leads, and bridge for rhythm.
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yes. bridge=rhythm. neck=treble.



and you are a guitar setup master?
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#7
true, my mistake. i dont play on les pauls or SG's so i dont really have a lot of experience with the switch label. i use neck and bridge.

and as for me being a set up master. i do all my own set ups, and my friends. includes, truss rods, strings, pickups, action. I do all that i know how to, to get guitars playing well without problems. on my xplorer, action is fantastic. Neck is straight, everything is perfect with it, along with my friends Jackson dinky w/floyd rose. although getting the action extra low without buzzing is still a work in process.

but i think i'm pretty good at what i do.
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and you are a guitar setup master?



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true, my mistake. i dont play on les pauls or SG's so i dont really have a lot of experience with the switch label. i use neck and bridge.

and as for me being a set up master. i do all my own set ups, and my friends. includes, truss rods, strings, pickups, action. I do all that i know how to, to get guitars playing well without problems. on my xplorer, action is fantastic. Neck is straight, everything is perfect with it, along with my friends Jackson dinky w/floyd rose. although getting the action extra low without buzzing is still a work in process.

but i think i'm pretty good at what i do.

Wow that sure is hard.

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#9
the way he wants it can be a pain in the ass ok. no sense in turning this into a flame fest alright? the TS go his answer, and i admitted i was wrong. no harm no foul.
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^ haha, thank you!
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#12
yer the neck is the rythm and the bridge is the treble........
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roll off the volume on my les paul neck pup to clean it up,
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#16
Which pickup to use is purely up to the user. Some like the bridge for everything, its why you see guitars with just that one, but dont see any with just a neck pickup. And you gotta remember that rhythm/treble washer around the switch has been on there unchanged for about 50 years. Alot has changed since then. You can always just spin the switch so it goes forward and back pointing at the pickup in use, like a strat.
#17
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really? i always thought it was the other way....hmm. guess you learn something new everyday. kinda doesnt make sense. i use my neck for leads, and bridge for rhythm.


It makes sense because the bridge pickup is treblier than the neck pickup.
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