On a flat top like a Junior or Special?
Pull the toggle washer off a pristine 20 year-old LP and see how obvious the shape of it is compared to the surrounding finish.I'd be concerned with what happens ... years later ...
I remove it after playing. It’s not staying on when not being played. I think it would take a significant amount of time to react, but I’m not talking chances.Pull the toggle washer off a pristine 20 year-old LP and see how obvious the shape of it is compared to the surrounding finish.
I wouldn’t stick anything on a nitrocellulose finish.
Reminds me of the bra that people were putting on the front of their new cars 30 years ago to protect the finish.
They DESTROYED the finish.
Its not sticky, and has no adhesive.I'd be concerned with what happens if years later you want to remove that clear vynl. Will parts of it stick or leave residue? I agree LP's and most guitars tend to look better without pickguards though. I would just remove the guard and leave it at that.
Ya it stays completely in place and comes of with no effort. It’s similar to those plastic removable sticker books that kids use.I don’t see a downside.
Static will hold it in place?
For some reason "Static" didn't compute as non adhesive to me! I fuss over my guitars as well but I think I would still be concerned if something happened due to applying the sheet or taking it off.Its not sticky, and has no adhesive.
I did not know this.They switched to all nitro recently. I want to say 2018.