#1
I'm replacing the pickups in my Epi G-400 and I'm having trouble removing the pick guard (I have the 1966 ltd edition) the two parts where the bridge screw into prevent me from removing it. Can anyone help me?
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#2
normally you don't have to remove the pickguard. just unscrew the 6 screws on the humbucker ring and the pup comes out
#3
Quote by qstionauthority
normally you don't have to remove the pickguard. just unscrew the 6 screws on the humbucker ring and the pup comes out


it doesnt have pickup rings since it has the full sg pickguard.
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#4
Yeah it's the full pickguard and I don't think I can get the pickups out without removing it which is hard since there's the things (dunno what they're called lol) that the bridge mounts into are stopping it.
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#5
Pictures please.

This is an SG copy? I'll take a look on my SG.

EDIT: OH! Yeah. Just unscrew it.
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#6
I can't just unscrew it there's these two mounting things for the bridge that completely stop the pick guard from moving, I'd upload sum pics but I can't get them small enough. heres what I have tho http://www.guitarcenter.com/Epiphone-Limited-Edition-1966-G-400-Electric-Guitar-102676350-i1166714.gc
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#7
Yeah unscrew the bridge.

I've got an SG too, I understand what you mean.
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#8
Nevermind my Dad got it out with a ghetto ass method.
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