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I have heard tell there is someone on here who makes pickguards. Does anyone know who it is please? I am in need of a Pickguard for a Squier CV 50s p bass and can’t find one anywhere

 

Thanks

 

Jon

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1 hour ago, kodiakblair said:

Send Brian a message through his eBay shop.

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/earlpilanz?_trksid=p2053788.m1543.l2754

 

 

If he doesn't already have you just send your existing one to use for a template. There's been plenty of satisfied BC customers in recent months.

Thanks for recommending him. I am already in contact with him. I had heard there was a member who did it and I was just trying to send him some business first if I could. The guy you recommended is my go to if I can’t find the bloke on here

 

Jon

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12 hours ago, kodiakblair said:

Send Brian a message through his eBay shop.

 

https://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/earlpilanz?_trksid=p2053788.m1543.l2754

 

 

If he doesn't already have you just send your existing one to use for a template. There's been plenty of satisfied BC customers in recent months.

I'm one of them.  Great service and cheap, too.

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13 minutes ago, NHM said:

I've used Jacks too - very good service imo.

When I was looking for a new plate for my HB shorty P bass, Jacks gave me a quote of £60, Brian's cost me £26.99 delivered.

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1 hour ago, Paul S said:

When I was looking for a new plate for my HB shorty P bass, Jacks gave me a quote of £60,

Ouch! 

That's pretty steep, unless it's something special, and even then. 

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4 hours ago, Paul S said:

Brian's cost me £26.99 delivered.

His prices amaze me.

He just added Peavey T-40 scratchplates to the inventory this afternoon, £29.99 for 3 ply and £31.99 for 4 ply.

 

T-40 has 2 pickup cutouts, 26 screw holes, 4 knobs and 2 mini switches to drill. There's also 4 position dots to bore, they're just through the top layer of ply.

It's a helluva lot of work for £30 👍

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