Hello Luthiers, got a question for y'all. I get some crazy noise coming out of my amp. I am playing a Charvel DK 24, http://www.charvel.com/guitars/pro-mod_dk24/pro-mod-dk24-hh-fr-maple-fingerboard-snow-white/. Now I have learned that covering the control cavity with copper or aluminium tape will reduce the noise. I have seen plenty of videos of people shielding stratocasters and it's straight forward, easy to understand. But my question is how would I go about shielding a floyd rose guitar with 2 humbuckers? I mean on a strat everything is attached to the pickguard and is therefore quite easy to "box" it in. On this guitar, should I only cover the control cavity with copper tape? Then attach an extra grounding cable to the volume knob that I later attach to the copper material? Should I cover something more than the control cavity? If anyone has any pictures or videos on how this is done I would appreciate it if you sent a link. Hopefully my question wasn't too convoluted. The background noise is driving me insane, whenever I turn up the gain it get's painfully annoying. Cheers lads!