I have an Epiphone Riviera P93 and am looking to replace the pickup covers. For those not already aware, the pickup covers on these are some kind of metal that is coated to appear/feel plastic. Presumably this is for shielding purposes, but it also cuts some high end. For this reason, I am considering swapping them out for plastic covers. Stewmac has these (import dogears) that are supposed to fit the pole piece spacing: http://www.stewmac.com/Pickups_and_...0ckVaO3FMuW1kQQsCarOQxpJGvcV5rSxoCe9oQAvD_BwE However, they appear to be completely straight, as is the bridge side of the cover is flush with the neck side. On the Riviera itself (and I think Casino's, and I presume other semi-hollow and hollow Gibsons) the pickup covers are slanted slightly, with the bridge side being slightly higher than the neck side. You can see in some of the photos here: https://en.audiofanzine.com/hollow-...tom-p93/medias/pictures/a.play,m.1751121.html My questions are: are there any drawbacks from putting a straight-edged cover where a slanted cover once was? If so, does anyone know where I can get plastic slanted dogear covers as a drop in replacement? *Note: I do not want to buy blanks and drill my own holes for the pole pieces, and I am not ready to swtich pickups entirely.