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How do I shield my guitar's electronics?

B.C. RICK WARLOCK PLATINUM SERIES

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You line the body cavities, (and back of the pick-guard for some guitars, but not a Warlock), with foil tape.
Many prefer copper, but I've had good results with aluminum tape.
http://doktorsewage.com/shielding-a-guitar/

Posted on Apr 29, 2015

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