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The Fender Telecaster Pickguard is the official replacement part to change your worn pickguard.
Mint green replacement Stratocaster pickguard.
Replacement pickguard for 57/SRV, Clapton, and '50s Strat is factory original.
Replace your missing or stripped-out screws.
3-ply, 11-hole Stratocaster replacement pickguard for 3 single-coil pickup '62 American Vintage Stratocasters...
Black pickguard screws, standard size. Bag of 40.
It might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of guitar parts, but there's a lot to be said for the humble pickguard. Most guitarists will want to update their guard from time to time, not only to retire a scratched-up one but also simply to personalize the guitar with a new look every so often. Pickguards aren't just a practical way to protect the guitar's finish, after all—they're also a big part of its overall look and, by extension, the vibe that you give off onstage.For an electric guitar, look for the pickguard that matches the shape for your axe—especially if you're buying for a Stratocaster, since the pickup cut-outs will be different depending on whether you have two single-coil and a humbucker on your Strat, or three single-coils. The Telecaster is well-represented with plenty of guards to choose from, not to mention the Gibson Les Paul. There are also a number of finishes to consider. From pearloid to metal flake to tortoiseshell or flat, you can pick out a look that will really stand out on your instrument. Swapping out the pickguard is a great way to give a facelift to any of these guitars or their derivatives.You also have a number of pickguards to choose from for your acoustic guitar, which are a bit of a simpler proposition since they're essentially one-size-fits-all. Choose a clear pickguard for your acoustic guitar to get an invisible effect, or go for a flat or tortoiseshell finish. Whether you go authentic with a Fender or Gibson pickguard, or expand your options with D'Andrea, ProLine, El Dorado or Musician's Gear, any of these guards is a great choice as long as it's the right fit and gives the visual impact you want.