#2
take a leak in the cav. that should do it, and it lasts for years!
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#3
^what is this? The pit?

it usually buzzes alot if u dont sheild..
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#5
I have always wondered whether its 'that' worth it but I asked over at PG a while ago and they all said yes.

and I can imagine its even more worth it with single coils over humbuckers.

and you dont need to sheild actives btw.




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#7
i think it depends on the guitar... the size of the cavity and the amount of electronics...

but its always a good habbit to shield everything. it can't hurt.
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