Pickguards and Guitars

Ok, for those that don’t know me, or know me recently, I used to have a band, many years ago. We created our own songs in the old fashion way: Tabs and instruments plus having real knowledge on what chords are and what an instrument and what acustic were, plus we didnt have much money but we had friends and a whole a lot of followers back then.

We started to be a band of friends then basically we were popular at school and believe it or not, the whole school was really into us and they knew our songs and cheered every time we played. So yes… High school was very cool to me.

I miss our days playing with no problems in our minds other than: Will I have money for my bus or what to wear tomorrow… but I miss my guitar.

I need to buy one new and I have been researching. My budget is not much and I am still looking for some good quality guitars.

Then I came across of Pickguards and many of you don’t know what is is.

What is a Pickguard:

A pickguard (also known as scratchplate) is a piece of plastic or other (often laminated) material that is placed on the body of a guitar, mandolin or similar plucked string instrument. The main purpose of the pickguard is to protect the guitar’s finish from being scratched by the guitar pick.

So I was searching for a good deal and a pickguard is something really important for any professional guitarist or for anyone that wants to preserve their Les Paul (I am literally dying for one).  So check out what i have found below.

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