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01-09-2002 02:05 PM
Rich
F-space or regular ???

Check out this thread for some alternatives to replacing the pups.

http://jemsiteforum.com/board/topic....=173&replies=6
01-09-2002 01:04 PM
jem777az
F-space or regular ???

I have an F-spaced Tone Zone in the bridge and and F-spaced Air Norton in the neck of my Jem and they both sound good to me! *I don't really think you could go wrong either way soundwise though.
01-09-2002 12:44 PM
johnjohn969
F-space or regular ???

In my experience, i always use an F-space on the bridge, and a regular on the neck. You can put an F-space on the neck, but it doesn't really matter. Eighther kind work good; but defenitely an F-space for the bridge.
01-08-2002 10:17 PM
kennydoe
F-space or regular ???

Quote:
ripl3y on 6:17 pm on Jan. 8, 2002
Bear this in mind though, if you are really *an4l
(like me) you'll find that most line up best with an F-Spaced bridge pup and a standard spaced neck pup.(Edited by ripl3y at 6:20 pm on Jan. 8, 2002)
I've always done F-Spaced in the Bridge and standard at the neck. * I just thought that's how it was supposed to be. *I never had any problem.

~K
01-08-2002 06:17 PM
ripl3y
F-space or regular ???

F-Spaced basically means the pole-pieces will line up correctly underneath the strings of a fender trem (or Floyd, edge, lo/pro, wilkinson etc....)
To put it simple, the majority of trems utilise F-Spaced pups for optimum alignment as opposed to hardtails which usually line up best with standards.
Basically it means Fender set the standard which dictated what most have to use (think staggered single coils etc...)

Bear this in mind though,
if you are really *an4l
(like me) you'll find that most line up best with an F-Spaced bridge pup and a standard spaced neck pup.

Steve

(Edited by ripl3y at 6:20 pm on Jan. 8, 2002)
01-08-2002 04:22 PM
BronzeMan
F-space or regular ??? - What do I need for a jem 10th ??

I am gonna buy new pickups for my jem 10th, F-space or regular???
What is the difference ?

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