#1
Is there anywhere at all that sells 8-Hole scratchplates for Squier Strats?

I keep on finding 11-Hole plates for proper strats,but not 8-holers for squiers...

The only thing i might be able to do is drill more holes for a proper stratocaster 11-Hole scratchplate,could this be done or are the proper plates too big to fit on squiers anyway?

Help me,i need it lol.
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#3
You can just fill the old holes with glue and toothpicks, and drill new holes for the 11-hole pickguard.
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#4
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You can just fill the old holes with glue and toothpicks, and drill new holes for the 11-hole pickguard.

Theoretically, he wouldn't need to fill the holes because they'd be covered by the PG.
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#5
^ That would appear to be the situation, but in some cases the some of the holes for 8-hole PGs and 11-hole PGs can be quite close, some will need filling.

In my opinion, this is a case of better safe than sorry.
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#6
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^ That would appear to be the situation, but in some cases the some of the holes for 8-hole PGs and 11-hole PGs can be quite close, some will need filling.

In my opinion, this is a case of better safe than sorry.

This guy knows his stuff.
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