#1
Hey guys, I own a standard alpine white Made in Mexico strat and I'm looking at changing out the pickguard. I'm looking for something unique, and I need you people's advice on picking a pickguard. The fretboard is maple, just so you know. I'd really appreciate your posts, maybe post some pics of your own ones? And if you got them off the web, maybe a website I could visit?

Thanks!
#3
Tortoiseshell (got one on my black strat) is always good, but if my strat was white Id probably just leave the gaurd white/cream.
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#4
How about a black pearl-style one? I'm just spitballing but that could look alright. Maybe.
Gear:

Schecter Omen-6
Custom-built explorer (my first build)
Schecter Damian-6
Two strat copies
Home-made PitBull Guitars Flying V
Blackstar HT-1RH
Blackstar HT-Metal
Dunlop KH95 Wah
#5
Alpine white with tortoise shell pickguard is one of my favorite combinations. I also think that a rising sun would look cool.
#6
+1 to a tortoise, but go with a very red one instead of a brown.

or go with matte black. The simple black on white stands out and looks great.