Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Other Guitars' started by squierTony, Jun 10, 2019.
What ya think? With or without?
I like with for the contrast man✌️And goes with the headstock
Looking good either way !
I vote "without" for the sheer gold top beauty. That being said if your strummin' tends to get down and dirty the pg will certainly save some marks.
Compromise--a clear pick guard will let her shine while protecting. I could not find a pic of a gold top with clear. Here is your chance to be the first on the twitternet! Haha. Attached pic is clear over a burst LP.
That's four votes for "without".
As @Loin Lover was saying, I think the way you use the pick should answer the question.
Difficult decision lol I'll vote without, but it looks good either way.
without or clear - it glows ! ! ! Congrats T ! ! !
With pickguard. Matches headstock.
all day this laggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg
I like without, especially on a goldtop. If I had it, I would find some shorter screws to fill the holes, but leave the pickguard off
"Without" a doubt, I chose leaving the pg off.
Looks like a different guitar without it. I always hated the pg covering up part of the f hole.
And with GoldTop carved tops, you gotta let the flow of that surface contour show all the way, in my eyes anyway.
That is a seriously great looking guitar you got there!!!
I had to remove the pg from mine.
Without. I take the guards off all my archtops. Just don't flail around like a berserker.
I voted “without”, but then... look at mine I keep “meaning” to remove:
@radiotech Take it off!
On the usual Gibson models, the pickguard always look like an afterthought, like something that was flapped there at the last minute by the store manager.
So yeah without, every time for me..
I like my F hole guitars with out the pick guard. For the most part the strings are high enough from the body that my pick dosent hit it.