#1
my les paul sounds the same on the nutral/center position as it does on rhythem

thanks in advance
#3
is it a new guitar or has it just started doing this? has the pickups been changed? have a look at the back of the selector switch, take off the cover on the back and there should be a bit of metal that gets pushed when you move the switch to change pickups, you may need to bend the bit of metel to make sure its touching, i had to do this with my epiphone
#5
Sometimes there isnt a huge difference between neck and middle depending on volume/tone settings. When my epi was stock there wasnt much if any difference. You can wire it up pretty easy to be independent volume which can make a huge difference in how it will sound in middle position.
#6
Quote by scottish nutter
is it a new guitar or has it just started doing this? has the pickups been changed? have a look at the back of the selector switch, take off the cover on the back and there should be a bit of metal that gets pushed when you move the switch to change pickups, you may need to bend the bit of metel to make sure its touching, i had to do this with my epiphone
its a new guitar and hte neck pick up works just the center postition and bridge position sound exactly the same
#7
thats funny, my new (to me, 1997) LP studio does this too- even when you roll off the volume for the treble pickup whilst in the centre position, the sound doesnt change. Is this right?

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#8
Quote by Dan_Q
thats funny, my new (to me, 1997) LP studio does this too- even when you roll off the volume for the treble pickup whilst in the centre position, the sound doesnt change. Is this right?

i'm new to owning a les paul

im new also....