#3
ummm, the same pickups? no advantages, the differnt pickups are to get different sounds and tones, why would you do that?
HiMyNameIsMatt
#4
Some companies make neck and bridge versions of the same pickup. Try that. They have the same general sound, but are tweaked a little to work better in a neck or bridge slot.
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#5
even of the same type pickups still sound a bit different in the neck and bridge positions
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#9
The pickups get different mixes of overtones at different positions. Many strats use the same basic pickup in all positions (the bridge is different because of the angle, and the middle is usually reverse polarity, but. . .)
Alvarez dreadnought
Gibson SG
EC-1000
Homemade Strat (seymour duncan classic stack p/ups)
Vox Tonelab (original desktop model) with full board footswitch
Vox AD50
Avatar V30 4x12 cab