#1
When trying to make the lower strings sound better and less "bassy" should I angle the pickup with the bass side further away from the strings,or just lower the whole pickup?
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#2
Whole pickup. If you angle it, itll cause a volume difference in the low and high strings.
#3
Lower the side that you want to be less bassy.
That is, lower the pickup on the side with lower strings.
You could always lower the bass setting on your amp.
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#4
Each pickup has their own sweet spot. You should experiment with the height.
Thumb rules is that start low and go up little by little until it starts to get muddy and "wolfy" then go back to find the spot you're looking for.
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#5
Quote by qotsa1998
Whole pickup. If you angle it, itll cause a volume difference in the low and high strings.


Nothing wrong with having uneven pickups, people do it all the time. If it's too bassy lower the bass side a bit.
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