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    Changing a Narrowfield PUP

    Is it possible to get a single NF 57/08? I want to swap the bridge pup in my NF3 for something a little beefier...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CUSTOM244LIFE View Post
    Is it possible to get a single NF 57/08? I want to swap the bridge pup in my NF3 for something a little beefier...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CUSTOM244LIFE View Post
    Is it possible to get a single NF 57/08? I want to swap the bridge pup in my NF3 for something a little beefier...
    Not sure if I'm reading this right, but I'm pretty sure all NF pickups are NF 57/08s...
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    You may be right Sinner... I played a 25th ann McCarty Narrowfield and the tone was much "gainier"...maybe because it is all Mahogany but the pups sounded much more aggressive. Wondering if the there is an NF model pup that has more push?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CUSTOM244LIFE View Post
    You may be right Sinner... I played a 25th ann McCarty Narrowfield and the tone was much "gainier"...maybe because it is all Mahogany but the pups sounded much more aggressive. Wondering if the there is an NF model pup that has more push?
    I don't think there is. Have you tried adjusting the height? i.e. bringing it closer to the strings?

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    Ha.. ha.. I wish it were that simple. Not at all hating the guitar as is but, just wondering if there are any options to make it more SSH-like.

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