#1
I own an Epiphone SG and i noticed that the top of the first humbucker is a lot lower than the bottom. is this normal?
#2
if the top is lower than the bottom your pickup is upside down my friend
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#3
depends.

play something, then switch between the two, if one's louder than it might be wrong.
or they might have it so you can switch to the bridge to stand out on a solo.

if you don't like it, just get a screw driver and turn both of the screws either side of the pickup, in the centre of the casing.
#4
no, that's how it is on mine
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#5
I've seen SG's at my local Guitar Center that had humbuckers exactly like this. I thought it was weird so I decided to pick one up and try it out. Not only did it sound normal, but it sounded pretty damn good as well.
#7
the reason for the difference in height may be because of the angle the string are at. Because they are higher at the bridge than next to the neck, the pickups are mounted one higher than the other.
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#9
^ A humbucker? That's the two shiny things on the guitar...

Anyway, I have a epi sg too and it's just the same Wouldn't worry
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#10
I have an epi SG and my lower humbucker sticks out from the guitar a lot more than the upper one too. I think they are just made like that. i wouldn't worry about it.