#1
Would it be possible to remove a pickguard from a les paul without damaging the guitar? And would it be possible to put it back on if you've taken it off, without damaging the guitar?
#2
you could, but there would be screw holes. you could thread the screws back in to fill the holes, but it might look a little strange with 2 (or more?) random screws in the side of the body.
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#3
It would look better than with the pickguard on. So you're saying I could just put the screws back in? In a les Paul there are only 2 screws for the pickguard, so it wouldn't look too bad
#5
It's just two screws....
very easy.
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#6
I heard theres something you have to desolder as well. In addition to unscrewing it.
#9
I just unscrewed my pickguard right off. No grounding issues, no soldering, just a screwdriver. It leaves 2 marks, but one is on the bottom of the guitar and the other is right next to the pickup, and almost invisible from like 10 feet away
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#10
Quote by Ippon
Nothing to de-solder ... some LPs don't have the PG installed out of the box.

Unforunately the 2008 LP standard has no pickguard except on the goldtop and ebony versions...and I want the ebony without the pickguard.

Thanks all