#1
If I use conductive shielding paint to protect my electronics, what exactly should I paint? I'm guessing I don't need to paint the pickup, but should I just paint the entirety of the control cavity and its electronics, the back of the pickguard, and the place where I ground the electronics to the bridge?
#2
Pain tthe control cavity, back of the pickguard and any grounding areas. Don't pain the electronics themselves.
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#3
Quote by OsirisProtocol
Pain tthe control cavity, back of the pickguard and any grounding areas. Don't pain the electronics themselves.

Ok thanks but if I'm grounding through the back of the potentiometer, am I supposed to just paint the place where the ground line is soldered to the back of the pot or just nothing there at all?

From what I'm getting you're just supposed to paint the wood where you keep the electronics, and the wood where the electronics are to be grounded. Is this right?