#2
Probably not. And that Monterey doesn't look as good as the Yahama.
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#3
y do ya think i want a new pick guard, ive got new fret inlays.
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#4
You know, I as well as many other people take pickguards off that come on guitars, like those ugly les paul pickguards.
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#5
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You know, I as well as many other people take pickguards off that come on guitars, like those ugly les paul pickguards.


Ditto. The second I got my Les Paul like 4 years ago first thing I did was take off that ugly pickguard.
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#6
he needs the pickguard on, the pickups are attached to the pickguard
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#7
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he needs the pickguard on, the pickups are attached to the pickguard

I was about to say that. Most, if not all, Strat copies (I don't mean superstrats here) have their pickups attached to the pickguard.

Anyways, what the hell does:

"y do ya think i want a new pick guard, ive got new fret inlays."

mean?

You don't want a new pickguard because you've got fret inlays?


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#8
no it means ive already covered the lame ass dot on the fret board. anyway i was goin got replace the pickups with a few EMG's. I had a real close look at the stock 2 pick-ups (neck side) and they are attatched, you're right, but the humbucker isnt.
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