#1
I bought a ProLine Les Paul style pickguard to put on my Epi Les Paul, but it doesn't fit, does anybody know where I can get a pickguard that will fit on my guitar?
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#2
It would be rather useful to know what Les Paul you have.
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#3
Epiphone Les Paul Studio
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I don't know how to count canadians, the metric system is hard

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well if lbj pokes his head in here and there's no nuts shit's gonna go doooooooowwwwwwwwwn.



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#5
ALways make sure the pick guard is for your model, and that the measurements match up. Google epi les paul studio pickguard and you should find one.
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#6
I would take the guitar to some small guitar shop and ask for a pickguard that fits...
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#7
The spacing between the pickups is different and if i was to shave the pickguard to it would fit the screw hole would be off
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I don't know how to count canadians, the metric system is hard

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well if lbj pokes his head in here and there's no nuts shit's gonna go doooooooowwwwwwwwwn.



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#8
it should only be slightly too small, you should be able to file it a little bit and make it fit,

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