#1
This question's a bit silly, but my bass is an "Olympic" white Squier Vintage Modified P Bass, with a black pick guard. I was thinking of making a bit of a cosmetic change to it though, by giving it a bit of a yin yang vibe. Alright, so my question is, in your opinion, do you think I should just put a white dot on the black pick guard and a black dot on the white of the bass itself, or just stick a yin yang sticker/decal type of thing on there somewhere?
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#2
I think the yin yang sticker itself would make sense. A random dot would make it harder to understand.

I would maybe do polka dots all over. Or those binder paper stickers for repairs.
#3
you could go crazy and try something like this



But that may be overkill

EDIT: I have no idea how to fix the picture sorry. Just open in a new tag I guess. Sorry.
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#4
Maybe I could just take off the pick guard and paint a big yin yang on it?
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on the bass or pickguard?


On the bass itself.
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#7
The entire web of wires and pots and input is attached to it you know?

That's a nice bass to go and destroy for a peaceful yin yang. Might prefer getting a $40-$70 used affinity p bass. Otherwise. Get the pickguard spray paint half white, leaving a dot. Then cover the opposite side the bass in electrical tape.