#1
how easy is it to change a pick guard on a strat? is it just a case of unscrewing the pickups on the surface and the screws around it, or do you need to mess about wth the pickups inside?
#2
if you're just changing the pickguard I suppose you could unscrew the pickups and take the knobs off the pots, change and then screw the pckups back on etc.

if you're doing a pre assembled pickguard i.e. with pickups and pots, then you'll need to solder stuff.
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#3
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if you're just changing the pickguard I suppose you could unscrew the pickups and take the knobs off the pots, change and then screw the pckups back on etc.

if you're doing a pre assembled pickguard i.e. with pickups and pots, then you'll need to solder stuff.

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