Great product and quick service. Looks great on my first acoustic project. Thanks again Stew Mac!!
I bought a black pick guard for my Yairi Alvarez. The poor thing was born without a pick guard, and I've played her for so long she had a hole starting to wear through. The pick guard needed to be trimmed with a a bit larger sound hole radius to allow the pearl trim of the Yairi to show. So, I used a compass to cut out a template from a cereal box, traced the edge on the adhesive side of the pick guard, and carefully trimmed it with sharp scissors. It trimmed surprisingly neatly, but I followed that up with some light smoothing and beveling with a half round file. Once stuck on, the pick guard looked like it came with the guitar. Nice! Especially for the price!
I recently purchased a Breedlove custom that looks as great as it sounds. I didn't want to hide the grain, or disrupt the view by putting on a solid pickguard. I looked at several options, and then saw one of your guards on a friend's guitar. He led me to you, and it could not have been easier to install, or more invisible for any amount of money (you can see the edge if you look on an angle) Great product, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants protection without spoiling the view.
It worked as described. I was easily able to reshape the guard to my own shape using a pair of sharp scissors. The installation was simple and came out great.
Make sure the guard is where you want it the first time, you won't be moving it later. It grabs and holds. As always, thanks for the speed and quality.
I have tried the clear and didn't like it. I just installed a black one and love it.
I have put two of these on Teton acoustics. They look great and offer good protection. My only issue is I had little air pockets on both. You would have to look closely to see them. I'm replacing them with black.
Very low profile. Virtually invisible after installation. Also shown installed in this picture are: 0246-N (NKL Dunlop Straplok Set), and 4018-B (Black Felt Washer)
I added a clear pickguard to my
AA40-OEC so I thought I'd add a photo
to illustrate the installation technique. Clean the guitar surface of dust and dirt. Starting at the wide end of the guard, peel back about 1/2 inch of the bottom protective film and fold it back on itself. Keeping the sticky area off of the guitar, align the semicircle cutout with the sound hole. When you're satisfied with the alignment lightly press the sticky edge down into position. If you're not satisfied with the alignment you can gently peel it up and reposition it. Rub across the face of the guard with the back of your fingernail to remove the air bubbles while slowly peeling the protective film off from the bottom. If air bubbles get trapped you can gently peel it up and re-rub it into place. Remove the top protective film. The result should be nearly bubble free and all but invisible.
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