#1
If I've got an Ibanez RG without a pickguard, can i buy a pickguard and drill some holes and put it on or is there something im missing?
#2
From the pics on google, it looks as if it isnt supposed to have one. Is it really that important to you? I think it looks cool sans pickgaurd. . .
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#3
You could easily get a clear plastic pickguard routed for your pickups, and then just drill the holes yourself.

Just remember: With a clear pickguard, you gotta make sure your drill holes look nice.
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#4
What model is it?
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#7
im not too worried about the pick scratches, i dont scratch the body a whole lot anyway, i just like the look of a pickguard. i saw some that had some nice designs and the holes wont show if i have the pickguard on it so thats not an issue. i probably wont do it but if i decide to i just want to know if thats all it'll take.
#9
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I meant, RG 321, 320, ect.


But I'm sure it won't look good with a pickguard anyways.
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#11
That guitar looks perfectly fine without a pickguard. But if you still want to put one on it, make sure to look at other RG's to make sure of the screw alignment.
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