#1
have an epiphone special II SG guitar (the lowest end they make) and was wondering if i bought a pickguard for a regular SG, or even a '62 reissue, if i could just drill holes in the appropriate places and it fit?
#2
I have the same guitar and I'm interested in this...

but i think they won't fit because they just seem different shaped and stuff lol
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#3
It won't fit because the Special has a bolt-on neck instead of a set neck.
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#4
wel even with the bolt on, wouldnt it fit, and just have that little area where the actual color of the guitar would show?
#5
Some issues you will have looking at the epi special v gibson SG is the fretboard on the epi touches the pickup ring for the neck pickup. The gibson has a wide gap. So that would have to be cut out for it to go on. Also the metric v inch specs creates problems. If I remember right the epi pickups are a little farther apart so there will create problems for the fit there also.
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I have an epi SG special, and it's a good playing guitar after a good setup, but they really dropped the ball with the lack of a pickguard imo. I don't think it would be hard to make a pickguard though, I know warmoth and stewmac sell blank 2-ply pickguard stock. Then just drill some small pilot holes and screw it on.
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