#1
So I know copper shielding/conductive paint can reduce buzz and unwanted outside electrical noise, but does it eliminate feedback?
I ask because I want feedback when I play, kind of like in Weezer's Blue Album.
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#2
You can still get feed back. Just alot less humming. Feed back can be alittle more difficult sometimes though.
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#3
no it only effects electrical/radio interference, feedback is something completely different.
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#4
Nope, you still get feedback. Just less hum, most noticeable in single coils.

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