#1
This may be a stupid question, but I want to change the pickguard on my Squier Jazz Bass. Can I buy Fender pickguards and use them on my Squier? It may be a stupid question but I dont really care...
#2
I'm sure you can, just make sure you buy one with the correct amount of screw holes and that is meant for a jazz bass and you should be good.
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#3
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I'm sure you can, just make sure you buy one with the correct amount of screw holes and that is meant for a jazz bass and you should be good.

If it is solid body you can drill new screw holes. I bought a new pickguard for my '92 fender strat and the screwholes did not match, but the shape did. I took a small drill bit, drilled some pilot holes, and put some new screws in. The guard covered up the old holes.
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If it is solid body you can drill new screw holes. I bought a new pickguard for my '92 fender strat and the screwholes did not match, but the shape did. I took a small drill bit, drilled some pilot holes, and put some new screws in. The guard covered up the old holes.

Yeah, I never said that he couldn't do that. I had to do that with my 50's strat. But most people are just apprehensive about taking a drill to their guitar.
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#5
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Yeah, I never said that he couldn't do that. I had to do that with my 50's strat. But most people are just apprehensive about taking a drill to their guitar.


Its a $180 bass.... Im not too worried about to be completely honest :P If i f*ck it up, ill just fill the hole with putty and paint over haha