#1


I've seen it done a couple of times and there's an example of it.

Do I need a certain paint or is there a certain technique to do this? I don't wanna risk messing up the electronics and such. thanks.
#4
ok, those do look like covers or something like that to me....
or maybe they're custom emg's made on special order?
#5
Well idk, I've already installed my emgs in my guitar and all thats left is paint , i guess i dont have to, ill just mask them off, but it would be nifty.
#6
You can paint over them, the cover is plastic that's been epoxied on. You may want to tape off the bottom and sides.

By the way, if you paint over them, you will never sell them, and you will void your warrenty. You better make sure you really love the sound of your EMGs.
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#7
^how will it void the warranty? if the magnet breaks inside months down the road, legally, it will be covered since painting did not mess with the craftsmanship of the orinigal product, however, if he broke it while painting, hes shit out of luck.
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#8
Err, I ment he couldn't return/replace it.
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