Lace Prewired Pickguards
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Top RatedLace Sensor Gold Prewired Pickguard
World-class tone in a prewired pickguard. 3 Sensor Gold pickups produce classic '50s-style single-coil sound...$189.78Compare Compare Now site1prod482398
Best SellerLace Sensor Blue-Silver-Red Prewired Pickguard
The pickup tones you want: warm, fat and hot. This prewired pickguard contains Lace Sensor Blue, Silver and...$218.34Compare Compare Now site1prod482399
Lace Sensor Emerald/RW Silver/Purple Prewired Guitar...
Less noise, more harmonics, more sustain. This Lace prewired pickguard includes Sensor Emerald, Sensor Reverse...$217.97Compare Compare Now site1prod482417
While the Lace prewired pickguard you choose will ultimately depend on your instrument and the specific sound you're after, it never hurts to check out all your options before making a final decision. If you're not sure where to begin browsing, start with a best-seller like the Sensor Blue-Silver-Red Prewired Pickguard. Pre-loaded with 3 of Lace's top Sensors, this is a high-quality prewired pickguard that comes packed with tones for every genre, from jazz to metal to classic rock and beyond. Can't wait to rock? No problem. Simply drop the pickguard into your Strat-style guitar, connect a couple wires and you should be good to go.
Now, if you want less noise, more harmonics and even more sustain, take a closer look at Lace's Sensor Emerald/RW Silver/Purple Prewired Guitar Pickguard. Rated a 7.9 on Lace's heat scale, this pickup comes pre-loaded with three of Lace's most updated pickups: purple for the Bridge, Reverse-Wound-Reverse-PolaritySilver for a fat middle tone, and Emerald for creamy blues tones in the neck position. Like the Blue-Silver-Red Prewired Pickguard mentioned above, this bad boy takes minutes to install and is ready to rock right out of the box.
When push comes to shove, there is no right or wrong choice when it comes to the perfect pickguard, there's only what works best for you. And let's face it, every single Lace prewired pickguards is a winner, all you have to do is determine which one best suits your musical needs and go from there.