Re: evo's in rg3120F completed
Adjust the height. The Breeds are awesome in both positions. Just great sounding pickups. I find them a bit more versatile than the Evos, and actually like them better.
One bit of advice--try not to put the same pickups in all of your guitars. That's what'll give you variety and you'll find yourself playing your other guitars more frequently--depending on the mood.
Once I find pickups I really like, it's hard not to put them in all guitars.
If you have different guitars with different woods and hardware, then that's different. One of my favorite combos is a Super Distortion bridge/PAF Pro neck and I wanted them in several guitars. But, I didn't want a bunch of RG550s and 570s all sounding the same. So, I just put that combo in a 550, a 570, my Destroyer DT420 and Iceman.
That way, I've got the combo in different guitars with different characteristics. And believe me--those babies really scream in the Destroyer!
It's also hard not to put a Tone Zone and Air Norton in several of my other guitars, so I limited that combo to one 570 and my 540P.
When I got a Dominion to review--I wanted that in more than one guitar. Right now, it's proudly riding high in my RG760.
I'm at the point now that I just want as many different combos as possible in all of my Ibbies.
Once I can get back to doing some work, I'm throwing an AT-1 and Fred in my S540LTD.
Bottom line--just try to leave options open for pickup choices, regardless of the temptation.
Another possibility, and I justified having the same combo in a few RGs because if this--wire them up with different switching options. I put another Super D and AN in my RG570CTAM, but added an active tone control (Artec Tone Expander) and also a push/pull volume pot to tap the Super D.