#1
How does it influence the sound whether a humbucker has a cover or not?
#2
Quote by minichibi
It doesn't really make a difference, although some people say it does. Then again, some people say that the color of the finish makes a difference. -_-?


What!? The colour is the deciding factor in a guitar...
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#3
No offense, but I have to report this. A question like this belongs in Electric Guitar, or Gear Building and Customization. (Technically minded people hang out there, and can give you good answers even though this isn't gear)

Just delete this and start again in either of those places, eh?


*Reported*


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#4
Quote by minichibi
It doesn't really make a difference, although some people say it does. Then again, some people say that the color of the finish makes a difference. -_-?

It does, every single aspect changes the tonal properties of a guitar. Seriously, knock on a block of wood painted blue and a block painted red, and you'll get a different tone.

As for the thread: Yes, but you'll only notice side by side. It makes the sound a bit less cutting, which is why many metal guitars don't have them covered.
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#5
there is very little difference. i think covered pickups look better though.
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