#1
I have a Epiphone SG Special... and I was wondering what would happen if I raise my pickups? or if I lower them? I know that the best way to know it is to try both but just want to know it before 'cause I don't want to do it for nothing.
#2
Higher: More gain
Lower: More Tone


That's in most scenarios...typically
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#3
Raise 'em = More volume, some say a brighter tone

Lower 'em = Less volume, some say a warm/mellow tone
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Is there such a thing as a heavy riff with out chugging on the e string?
#4
I raised the pickups on my guitar earlier today, because my high E string was a lot quieter than the others. It succeeded in making it a lot louder.


Also, I think raising increased gain since you increase also increase volume. If you're using a tube amps, you can start to naturally overdrive the tubes when you play loud.
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Last edited by The Picker at Jul 26, 2008,