Conductive Shielding Paint

Conductive Shielding Paint

Conductive Shielding Paint 1/2 pint (236.6ml)

1/2 pint (236.6ml)

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Conductive Shielding Paint 1 pint (473.2ml)

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Conductive Shielding Paint

About This Item

Reduces hum, noise and radio interference.
The fastest and easiest way to shield pickup and control cavities. Perfect for tight spots.

When connected to electrical ground, the shielded surfaces help reduce noise, hum and radio interference. It cleans up with water while still wet, and dries overnight.

Brush on two or more coats of this waterbase dark gray conductive paint for best results (let dry between coats). Conductive shielding paint is supplied in a 1/2-pint can, sufficient for shielding several electric guitars, and in a money-saving 1-pint can. We recommend our conductive tape for best results when shielding smooth plastic pickguards. California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 information.

Instructions

Product Instructions

Conductive Shielding Paint Instructions

Directions for using conductive shielding paint.

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5.0

Say buh bye to noise problems

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Verified Buyer


I've used foil and copper to line the body cavities of my guitars before, with good success, but this stuff is worth the price. So much easier, and after 6 coats, I got strong connectivity with my mulitimeter no matter where I tested. No Grounding noise problems, no problems with shielding and noise interference...

One small can put 6 coats of paint inside the body cavities of two stratocasters with swimming pool routs.. and I still have half the can. Don't waste time and effort with foil and tape. Just use the stuff that's meant to be there.

5.0

WORKED GREAT

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Verified Buyer


Product worked as described - 3 coats around the pickups and internal routed area of my new bass - quiet as a mouse now.

5.0

Great stuff

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Verified Buyer


Used this on a 35 year-old P bass refurb project ... used to be really noisy ... rewired and shielded body. Did 3 coats over one of primer. Suspect can will do several guitars, I barely put a dent in it doing one. Worked very well.

5.0

It works great

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Verified Buyer


This worked great for me. I used this in a P Bass guitar. Put on the three coats as recommended. Make sure to stir between coats. Took care of the noise and buzz that I had.

4.0

good product

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Verified Buyer


I Used this and the copper tape -- Had very good results. Easy clean up but took a few coats. No Hum

5.0

Shielding paint.

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Verified Buyer


Easy to use and effective.

5.0

Miracle stuff

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Verified Buyer


I received a high end bass guitar with a HORRIBLE buzz. Swapped pick ups, pots, and wiring. Even shielded cavities with hardware store aluminum tape which usually does the job. But no luck. This paint saved the day. I did 4 coats on the cavities and passage ways for the wiring. The guitar is now silent!!!! I'm not kidding!!! This paint is the real deal.
Fantastic!!! Thank you Stew.

5.0

Nothing but

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Verified Buyer


It takes WEEKS to lacquer a guitar - You can see & hear the difference, so its worth the effort IMO. With that much work to ensure how the instrument looks, why would I use something that affects the sound? (re: mysterious buzzing w/ plates, foils, etc). This stuff's expensive but 3 coats of this def does the job - nice & neat. Like hot sauce, I put this stuff on everything ~

5.0

Shielding paint

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Verified Buyer


This stuff works great for most applications if you have the time to wait three days for dry time.

5.0

Works well, easy to use

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Verified Buyer


This paint is quite conductive once you have 2-3 layers down, and is easy to apply, with water cleanup. My guitar is now as hum-free as outer space!

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