- Jan 31, 2009
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My kit arrived!!
Thanks for the interest.No can see ...
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The tutorials? I'd post them, they are really not needed as none of them used dental floss. Just do a simple web search for removing acoustics pickguards for ideas. Chance are good you'll find the same ones I looked at. Most used a smooth knife of sorts for prying loose and one was simply pulled off by hand. Both of those methods have potential to do damage. Floss is all but idiot proof.Hey, i'd glagly watch it too. Would you mind posting a link? Thanks
Thanks! I like it a lot. Where I got the pickguard: http://www.lmii.com/products/mostly-not-wood/pickguard-material/tor-tis-pickguards Even though I bought one for my model of guitar, it needed a lot of sizing. You can get it in sheet stock as well.Looks good from here, nice job.