#1
If you have adjustable poles on the pups do you adjust 'em to match the radius of the strings?
#4
The guitar tech I go to does adjust the pole pieces on the Les Paul humbuckers to match the radius more closely. i'm not sure if it makes a big difference though.
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#5
Quote by PanHead
If you have adjustable poles on the pups do you adjust 'em to match the radius of the strings?



Typically the answer is no. The larger the core of the string the more energy that string will produce. Because of the fretboard radius and the core size of the strings along with the balance that most people want, flat poles are typically best, however, some people like to put the G and B poles the lowest, Both E strings and the A are the same height, and the D is a bit taller. Just play around with it and see what works best for you.
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