1 Strummerson 1 year ago I have to admit, I did it inadvertently. I was playing with the idea of shimming my T-Armonds up higher and dropping the slugs. Turns out one of the spacers I was gonna use wasn't gonna work. So I put the neck pup back in the "wrong way" around. I had a meeting to get to, so I figured I'd flip it back later. The next day, I figured I'd play it before flipping it back...and...I think I like it. Readjusted the slug heights of course. It's not that I couldn't get the tone I'm getting now before this, it's that it's quicker to dial in the tones I love best and I do so with more consistency. It looks a bit funny as I'm used to the traditional chiastic arrangement where they mirror one another (neck slugs toward the neck and bridge slugs toward the bridge). But I'm thinking of leaving it this way. Any one else set them up like this?