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Fitting clear plastic pickguard

vincevince Davis & San Francisco, CANew
Hi All,

I have a Latch Drom guitar that I'd like to put a clear pickguard on (I'm thinking this one: ... ns#details). The top of my guitar is textured with grain slightly, and I'm concerned this could have an effect on the application. Does anyone have any experience with this?
I don't know whether I'll ever be an excellent player if I keep practicing, but I'm absolutely sure I won't be if I stop.


  • Craig BumgarnerCraig Bumgarner Drayden, MarylandVirtuoso Bumgarner S/N 001
    Posts: 794
    You might want to consider the removable kind, I like the Rokkomann guards. They have a nice high gloss finish and are completely removable. The material is a thicker version of the screen protector films used on smartphones. I have used them on some fairly rough vintage guitars that badly needed a pickguard and they look okay, better than a hole in the guitar top 8)

    If you want to use the adhesive type, the Stewmac material is very good.
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