#1
and i must say it sounds pretty good. has anyone else done this? how did it work out for you?
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#2
what exactly do you mean by "flip the neck pickup"? Ive never heard of this before.
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#3
kinda hard to explain this. lol but i basically turned the pickup 90 degrees. kinda like dime did on his guitars.
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#4
I did a humbucker neck flip for soldering practice a long time ago, it sounded like s*** and was a Pearly Gate too.
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#5
like how its facing like a bridge pickup would be correct? ive heard of people doing it just never really had the balls to do it... dont wanna **** my precious up
#6
When I first read it I thought you meant turned it 180 degrees.

So now it is parallel with the strings?

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#7
wait...WHAT?!
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#8
^ wait yea... What? So you flipped it the line up with the strings??? I thought you meant flipping which end meets the neck...
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#9
you mean 180 degrees? i actually did once.... it still sounded the same, it's meant to be "out of phase" or something when you have both pickups selected, but yeah no difference i could tell...
#10
id say some pics would clear this up. any?
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#11
Yea, I think they mean flipping it 180 degrees.
Anyway, yea, I did that to my neck pickup. I like the way it sounds.
Though the pickup ring made the pickup go lower into the body than before, so I changed that to a bridge pickup ring.
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#12
if u flipped it 90 degrees it would ony pick up the one string that it was sitting under
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#14
okay yeah it was 180 my bad it was 2 am and i was very tired. i believe someone explained it a couple of posts up. sorry about the mix up
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