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WD Tortoise Shell Pickguard for Road Worn, Classic 50s, AVRI 57/58 Precision Bass

Discussion in 'For Sale: Accessories' started by 2cooltoolz, Dec 23, 2013.

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    2cooltoolz Supporting Member

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    Price Drop!! [DEL]$50[/DEL] $40 shipped CONUS- PAYPAL
    If you don't have PAYPAL, PM me. Might do money order.

    This fits (to the best of my knowledge):
    Genuine late 50s Precision Basses
    Fender Road Worn Precision Basses
    Fender Classic 50s Precision Basses
    Fender AVRI 57 and 58 Precision Basses

    This is a WD PBRW-1005 4-ply Tortoiseshell Pickguard

    Purchased new in late October and never used, removed from the package for the first time and the plastic film removed for these pics. I did a bass build, and ended up using a gold anodized pickguard. WD calls this a Road Worn pickguard. I think they mean if fits the Road Worn. It's not "reliced". Smooth, shiny, unmolested!

    This would look great on that Road Worn or Classic Precision Bass!!!
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    while we are on the subject of p pickguards, when you have a third knob is it in the same location as where the input jack is on a two knob p?
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    That is correct. The input jack is moved to the side (edge) on three knob p-basses.
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    thank you, glwts and happy new year
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    Off to eBay.....:meh:
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