why does my crunch lab sound so thin and trebley?
hey i have a crunch lab on the bridge position on my sterling jp 100, it sounds absolutely great when im riffing and chugging, its lived up to that crunchy and tight tone as promised by dimarzio.
but when i get to the higher strings on the higher frets , like the G ,B and E strings after the 12th fret. it sounds so thin and trebely, it sounds like its on a wah wah effect at 100% mix. and the high pitched sound of my pick hitting and scraping against the strings are very audible. but i use a regular 1.5mm jazz III
it seems like its missing that low end and warm tone. but it sounds perfectly fine on my neck P.U ( liquifire ).
i assumed its because my strings are guaged at 9, so i increased it to 10 guage. the tone became a little fatter, but the problem is still there , it still sounds very trebely and thin. another thing about the PU is that it "produces?" alot of harmonics ( which isnt much of a problem ).
so is it normal to sound like this? or is there a problem with my wiring , electronics or pup?