stratocaster pickguards

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  1. aaronmcoleman

    aaronmcoleman Member

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    I'm rebuilding an old strat I've had around for the last 10 years. Does anyone know where I can get a blank tortoise shell pickguard? Or one that already has the holes cut for a p-90 in the bridge and neck positions, and a traditional single coil in the middle?

    Thanks.
     
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    Got a pickguard from pickguardian; real nice. Only place I will buy them from now.
     
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    A word of caution, watch out for those cheap sellers on ebay.
    I just got a guard from a guy who is calling it tortoise when it's actually screen printed faux tortoise, always ask these people before you buy (they still probably won't tell you).
     
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    I have had Tony at PG make 12 or so pickguards for me and his workmanship and customer service is top notch. I had make a 2 hum, LP pu sel and 3 pot pg for my Grosh that I'm almost finished with. Great guy!
     
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    Tony at Pickguardian does great work. Custom work as well. Highly recommended!
     

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