Mighty Mite Pickguard Bracket for Les Paul

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Mighty Mite Pickguard Bracket for Les Paul Chrome


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Mighty Mite Pickguard Bracket for Les Paul

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Replacement support bracket for Gibson® Les Paul® Pickguards.

Mounting hardware included. The gold bracket includes a wood screw for mounting to the body.

Approximate dimensions:
2-3/16" x 7/8" (55.56mm x 22.22mm)

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Bracket ok, but screws don't fit Epiphone LP Custom


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Bracket seems to be of good quality and it fits my Epiphone Les Paul Custom pickguard. However, the wood screw and the machine screw are both too small. The wood screw will not grip, and the machine screw functions fine, but is smaller than the original causing it to sit too low in the counterbore recess. Not the product's fault, but I'm probably not the only one looking for an epiphone replacement so hopefully this comment will help others who are.


Nice color


Verified Buyer

Screw going into the body was a little small (diameter) compared to my original. I had to add a toothpick. It was a nice gold color matching real gold.


Works for me!


Verified Buyer

I used this to replace the original chrome pickguard bracket on my Oscar Schmidt OE-30 Delta King. While it fit fine and looks great, it did not come with the screw that holds the rear of the pickguard to the guitar, near the neck. No problem, as I had a small gold screw from something else in my parts bin, but it would have been nice to have all of the necessary hardware.


Works great.....


Verified Buyer

What can you say about this little guy. It does what it is supposed to do. I bought it because it was on sale and because it was made by Mighty Mite, which is good stuff.

I bought it because the guitar I had was missing its pick guard. It is a 2006 Cort Larry Coryell signature. It was quite cheap on REVERB because of the pick guard and also because it was missing the truss rod cover.

My local luthier made a new pick guard and truss rod cover from flamed maple. He stained them the appropriate color to match the finish. This little bracket looks and works great with the other gold hardware on the guitar.

I would recommend this to anyone who needs a pick guard bracket, or that wants to upgrade the looks of their guitar. This device was just the touch my guitar needed to finish the project.

MC Malthus