Jazzmaster Pickguards

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Ice Tre
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Jazzmaster Pickguards

Post by Ice Tre » Mon Mar 09, 2020 8:30 pm

What company do y'all like for good quality Jazzmaster pickguards? Holes line up well, good quality material, nice-looking. Foil shielding would be nice, too.

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Re: Jazzmaster Pickguards

Post by Sweetfinger » Sat Mar 14, 2020 6:43 am

If it's something like the American Pro, Squier Affinity, Player Series, or non trem Squier Vintage Modified, I use, ....me. I don't like cutting the upper controls. They eat a lot of time because I have to file and square them by hand.
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Re: Jazzmaster Pickguards

Post by adamrobertt » Sat Mar 14, 2020 7:53 am

Depends on what material you need. WD Music guards fit well and will do custom control layouts. Some of their guards are ugly prints though. Pickguardian is good but he's kind of a pain to work with - makes you send in your original guard, takes forever, sometimes sucks at communicating, etc.

I've heard good things about Decoboom too.

Oh, and there's always Spitfire, who is a forum member here and makes beautiful tortoise guards - but they are $200 so maybe only if you're rich or if you suck with money?

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Re: Jazzmaster Pickguards

Post by Ice Tre » Sat Mar 28, 2020 9:32 pm

Thanks for the suggestions!

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