1. Bridge – Hum Canceling – This position will have the most “edge” or “bite”, it responds great to distortion. Perfect for solos or in your face rhythm parts, the HB-2 humbucker possesses the bold mid-range typical of standard humbuckers but with tighter lows and sparkling highs that don’t get brittle.
2. Bridge (Coil Split) – Pulling up on the tone knob, splits the coils of the bridge humbucker for spanky single-coil tones. This position is great for chicken pickin’ or when added clarity is needed.
3. Bridge (Coil Split) + Neck – This position has a full-frequency, almost acoustic like tone bit with added compression and twang from the split bridge pickup.
4. Bridge + Neck – Hum Canceling – This position combines the tonalities of the neck and bridge humbuckers. Thick, creamy mids, big, round bass and clear trebles make this a great all-around tone.