#1
I'm gonna be getting a gibson les paul studio for christmas and wonder: Is there a way to remove the pickguard without it looking weird as **** w/ the holes in the wood?
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#2
Just put the screws back in the wood, doesn't look bad thats what I do.
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#3
or just take the screw out and leave em out cause on my friends he did that and you can only see the holes if you are really looking for em. the holes are smaller than you would think
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#6
The holes are as good as invisible when you're playing on stage. If you don't perform, then I wonder why you would take off the pickguard. It's there for a reason you know.
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#7
pickguards look good...but dont they make them without the pickguard anyways?
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#8
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pickguards look good...but dont they make them without the pickguard anyways?

not the model im getting. im getting the studio in worn cherry.
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If we did tune using the 5th fret on the G string it'd be a C. At the moment it goes G B which stands for George Bush. So obviously GB doesn't want you to C the truth! To the conspiracy cave!