#1
On my squier affinty i have looked for a new pickguard and due to it being a squier i dont think they make new ones. So i was thinking i would spary paint it but what would i use to make it shiny?
#3
I'm pretty sure you could buy a Fender pickguard and it would fit. I think it'd look nicer than spray painting your current one, but I'm not here to judge your painting skills.
#4
I'm pretty sure you could buy a Fender pickguard and it would fit. I think it'd look nicer than spray painting your current one, but I'm not here to judge your painting skills.[/Qi dont relly know but spray paintng easy
#5
If your spray paint doesn't come out glossy, you can get a spray on clear coat.

You can buy a Fender pickguard and it should fit fine. The screw holes might not match up, and in that case you'd just have to drill a few new ones in your bass so the pickguard will fit.
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#6
painting a pick guard will look tacky. Go to www.Guitarfetish.com and they have a big selection of P-bass pick guards.
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