#3
Yea, just adjust them and test them until you get a sound that you like. Personally, I don't like them too high because my pick tends to hit them.
#5
Well it seriously does depend dude. If you're using alnico pickups they can be closer while ceramic pickups need to be further. How much closer/further? It depends!
#6
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ugh another question that has opinionated answers


Every tone-related question is opinionated.
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#7
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ugh another question that has opinionated answers


Ugh you're right, what are we going to do?

What I do is keep the treble side up and keep the bass side low.
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#8
From my experience, if you raise them too much, they get muddy and the sound is distorted not in a good way. Too low, and you don't get enough response or power. Just pump them all the way up, play while backing them down until you feel like you've hit a sweet spot between clarity and power.