New pickguard for my Jagmaster. ... what "look" to go with?!?.. I was inspired by this thread while forum lurking... http://www.offsetguitars.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=21760&p=342256 ...the main logic to change it was the lack of switches in the upper horn so no reason to keep the shape and the new P-90's were dictating a different visual vibe. Keeping the correct proportions of the Duo-Sonic and Mustang p/g was a given in making the hybrid. If you search enough you will find templates to download for almost any guitar....one resource. http://www.warmoth.com/Pickguard/GuitarPickguards.aspx ...these work fine though a bit pixelated once enlarged to full scale. Next step was to scan original Jagmaster guard, paste in the hybrid and scale to fit, erase what wasn't needed, then print...easy enough!?! I used a bandsaw and jigsaw to cut the shape/openings, beltsander to bevel the edges, files/sandpaper to clean up openings... This is a down-and-dirty method most people have the tools to do. ...mockups. Jag-SONIC. Jag-SONIC II... I like this SONIC version better. Jag-STANG My intention was to get a blk/red/blk blank but decided to use what was on hand. Clear polycarbonate, backpainted with Krylon 'celery', front scuffed with scotchbrite for translucent finish. Inside surface shielded. ...finished Full sized scan/template PDFs could not be posted here, so here is a link to my website where they are stashed! http://www.naturalisticindustrial.com/stuff.html The one thing I would suggest to anyone who wants to use these is to 1. use your original pickguard for screw hole locating. 2. you will have to modify the pup openings to suit whatever using. Have fun!!! Peace.