#2
wut............................................
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#3
i have a scratch plate/pick guard that has faded from the sun, is it possible to "un-fade" it? ie make it its original colour?
#4
Yes, buy a new pickguard. They're like $30.
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#7
Then enjoy the gentle aging of your guitar.

What model is it, btw?
Fighting the good fight since 'ought-diggity.

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"When you think of it, a really good effect should not mean that your search is over; it should mean that your journey is just getting started."
#9
1) Pickguard
2) ur guitar is teh relic now, enjoy it
3) To make a list you need at least three reasons
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#10
What guitar is it?
If it's a discontinued/unusual model, it's gonna be pretty tough to find a replacement pickguard.
I say, just leave it. guitars look better (IMO) when they're a bit aged.
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Weber MASS Attenuator
#11
Paint it
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