#1
I've always heard that bridge covers are just for show but i saw i guy who said he put paper in his for a muted sound. Any ideas on uses for a bridge cover other than looks.
#2
Ashtray?

There are more reliable ways to mute your strings than shoving paper into a bridge cover.

I've seen people rest their palm on a neck pickup cover but bridge covers have always seemed to be just for show.
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#3
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#4
Back in the days when they didn't pot the pickups they were supposed to reduce the hum come from the electromagnetic interference of the wiring back then.
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#5
Nowadays bridge covers are there mostly to look good. I've heard of people putting foam underneath the cover and on top of the strings as a mute, rather then the usual foam under the strings at the bridge.
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