Want to add some personal flare to your guitar or bass? Swiping out your current pickguard for a new one is a great way of doing so. From Jaguar, Stratocaster and Telecaster pickguards to models made specifically for Jazzmasters and even '58 Precision Basses, this section is packed full of beautifully-crafted pickguards to fit your axe of choice. In fact, companies like D'Andrea, Fender and ProLine put the same great detail and effort into their pickguards as they do in everything they design, and they're all represented here in this catalog.
Once you start browsing your options, the right pickguard for you should be a no-brainer; it's all about personal preference. For example, the Musician's Gear 3 Single-Coil Pearloid Pickguard is non-warping, features rigid multi-ply PVC backing and comes in your choice of 4 colors (blue, red, purple and green). Another popular item is the Fender American Standard Stratocaster 11-Hole Pickguard for Dual Humbucker Models Black Pearl. This 3ply pickguard comes with a truss rod adjustment notch and can fit a wide range of dual humbucker Strats, including the American Standard, Hot Rod and Deluxe Series.
And your pickguard choices aren't limited to only electrics. ProLine is respected around the world for providing working acoustic musicians with high-quality accessories and replacement parts, and their Tortoise Shell Acoustic Pickguard and Acoustic M5-Style Pickguard are both no exception. Now, for all you 4-string groovers and wailers, there are plenty of pickguards for you here as well. There's the D'Andreas Pro Pickguard which is precision-cut, hand-polished and available in a variety of sparkling pearl finishes. Or, check out the Fender Pure Vintage '58 Precision Bass Pickguard. The Pure Vintage Series uses many of the same materials from Fender's original venders in the '50s and '60s, and the result is a classic vibe through and through.
Along with the pickguards themselves (and there are many more to choose from), you'll find pickguard screws and brackets here as well, so have a look around. Instrument customization is a fun hobby, and a quick and easy change to your pickguard might be all it takes to breathe new life into your axe.