#1
Ok so I've got a Schecter Hellraiser C-1 w/ emg 81/85 set...when it's switched to the bridge pup, I can get screaming pinch harmonics...when it's switched to the neck I can get the harmonics but not as good....and then when the switch is in the middle I get nothing...anybody have any ideas as to what the problem could be?
#3
Its normal to get the difference between the neck and bridge positions. As for the middle, try doing the harmonics in different places between the pickups.
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#4
Same with me, i can get them decently out of the bridge pickup, neck is alright, middle is meh.

I have passive SDs though.
#5
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Same with me, i can get them decently out of the bridge pickup, neck is alright, middle is meh.

I have passive SDs though.


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#6
I also find the bridge the best pickup for pinch harmonics...

Oh, and I have a SSS strat.
#7
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#8
The bridge pickup picks up higher frequencies better, therefore is more responsive to harmonics. Neck pickups are never as good at picking up the higher harmonics.
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