#2
off but make sure u put those screws in the holes even though there is no pickgaurd
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#3
off...
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#6
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off but make sure u put those screws in the holes even though there is no pickgaurd


this.
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#8
I always prefer no pickguard on an electric.
Breedlove Studio D25/SM Acoustic
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#9
On, just because the colors go together really well.
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#10
Whats the name of that guitar?
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#11
off

what idol is it?
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#12
Washburn WI64PL

Rumor has it, 1 of 50 or 1 of 100

Seymour Duncan SH-5 Custom at the bridge, DiMarzio Super 2 at the neck
#13
off, and that paint job isn't exactly nice looking imo so the white pickguard just makes it look worse.
#15
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off, and that paint job isn't exactly nice looking imo so the white pickguard just makes it look worse.


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#19
Quote by RG_FANMAN
off, and that paint job isn't exactly nice looking imo so the white pickguard just makes it look worse.



I couldn't disagree more with you. (exept the pickguard part )
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#21
Off.

And yes, keep the screws in the holes afterwards.
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#22
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er...what?

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I couldn't disagree more with you. (exept the pickguard part )


I don't really care for the finish that much...the guitars too...i dunno, quilted? as in you see like a LOT of wood grain (which I normally REALLY love), but I dunno, just not fond of that one. But yes, pickguard DOES make it look bad.
#23
On. I just like most pick guards for some reason.
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