#1
I have some pickguard stock coming in the mail soon (if the tracking is correct, today) and I plan on cutting a custom pickguard out of it. Just an Epiphone V pickguard. I plan on using the old one as a template.
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#3
some sharp heavy duty scissors
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#4
I made one out of a vinyl record, and used a copping saw.
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#5
Make an MDF working template, with all the mounting holes drilled through it. Cut the blank sheet roughly to shape with a saw. Use the template to drill holes in the blank. Countersink the holes. Screw the blank onto the template, and use a router with a follower bit to copy the shape, and get a bevelled edge.
#6
Quote by sashki
Make an MDF working template, with all the mounting holes drilled through it. Cut the blank sheet roughly to shape with a saw. Use the template to drill holes in the blank. Countersink the holes. Screw the blank onto the template, and use a router with a follower bit to copy the shape, and get a bevelled edge.


At last a sensible suggestion, 10 out of 10, thats the way to do it!!!!!!!!!

Sharp tools to ya!!