I heard it was good for the guitars Tone.. so I raised the bridge.. but would it be worth it raise the neck?..
Well, the higher the pickup, the brighter the tone. It's generally best to keep your pickups at an equal distance from the strings, so you don't get a drop or increase in volume when you switch between pickups. Unless thats the sort of thing your trying to get.
^ you generally want the bridge pickup closer to the strings than the neck pickup.
its just a way to get a different tone. play around till you get a tone you like. personally i set my neck pup only 2-4 mm lower than the fretboard. gives you a nice punch and a little fuzz. and i like my bridge pup low (i also like my hot pup in the neck and clean pup in the bridge, i may be tonally dislexic).
i also like my hot pup in the neck and clean pup in the bridge, i may be tonally dislexic
That way your neck pup will sound like a fart and your bridge pup won't have any bite.