#1
So I was getting into more jazz fingerpicking on the electric(better control with voicings). I'm new to fingerpickin' on anything other then a classical. I was also looking for a new guitar. Any tips on what kind of guitar helps give my right hand more room?

For example, a seasoned player I know recommend a S/H pup configuration(he's got some kind of tele), but I don't know if I want that single coil in the bridge. Though I am considering a strat. But as for setups, should the action be set higher and the pickups be set lower? Any tips much appreciated. thx in advance!
Gear:
Inflatable Guitar
Digitech GSP 2101/Mosvalve 962/Yamaha S412V
My Imagination
#3
For sound I like nice hot blues stuff off the neck pu but for most rhythm mellow-warm - sort of like nylon string, without being overly bright or twangy. Hand position would be right over to slightly forward of the bridge pu if it is a humbucker.
Gear:
Inflatable Guitar
Digitech GSP 2101/Mosvalve 962/Yamaha S412V
My Imagination
#4
I'd say lower your bass pickup a little and screw your mids pickup down completely if you use one instead of the usual humbuckers.

Your treble pickup sounds like it's in a good place for it.

Concerning guitars I believe you'd get more room with a guitar without humbuckers. That's about it really. Guitars don't usually spare much room over there, just enough for pickups and strings.
#5
This doesn't belong in Advanced Techniques, probably Electric Guitar or GG&A.

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