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  1. Thank you so much for your answer, mihcmac. I think I know what's going on. I agree with you about the sensibility of humbuckers getting increased after installing metal covers on them. I think that's what happened to my humbuckers. I also took my guitar to Guitar Center today. They technician plugged in and there it was... total silence... I couldn't believe it! He said that I might have wiring issues at my house or EMI. I will call a friend of my who's an electrician to check the wiring.
  2. That's what someone else told to do. I'll give it a try to see if it can be fixed. If not, I'll take it apart.
  3. I have a friend who's an electrician. He's stopping by tomorrow to check my guitar. I'll show him what you said here. Hopefully he will find the problem. Thanks!!!
  4. Awesome! Thanks for your response. I will follow what you said here. I have also noticed that the bridge ground wire was/is shielded with copper. As you can see in the picture below, is pealing in some parts. Do you think this can be the issue?
  5. That's what I think but I can'f find the root of the problem. I also removed the covers but I have the same problem. The noise increases when I use distortion or overdrive but it goes away once I touch the strings or other metal parts.
  6. I am new here. I am having issues with my Gibson Les Paul Classic/2016. About two weeks ago I decided that I wanted chrome/nickel covers for my 57 and 57 plus zebra humbuckers. I bought both from Gibson. I installed them making sure not to pull any wires or doing something I wasn't supposed to. I put regular waxed inside of both covers. I also put tape on my humbuckers (only on the black part of them). I put the covers on with normal pressure. Then I used clamps to make sure the covers were touching the ground of both of my humbuckers. I solder them making sure I didn't burn anything and th
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