Yeah I know, another stupid pickguard question, but this one is a little different. I spent several hours yesterday on custom pickguard sites and searching the T.B. forum for clues, with no luck. I have a fender CIJ '75 ri with a bound and blocked maple fretboard. #1 What pickguard color matches the fretboard binding? It is "creamier" than white, but whiter than the pics of cream pickguards I have seen. Could it be "parchment" or "milkwhite"? It is hard to judge the exact matching color from a pic on the computer, but it seems that "parchment" is the closest. Anyone know for sure? #2 What I am trying to do is have a pickguard that matches my fretboard. I am thinking that a 2 ply with a thin black or rosewood top and a thick bottom layer that matches the binding would look classy! (and unique). I need it to be 2 ply so the lighter (binding matching) color really stands out. I have yet to see a 2 ply with a black top and a parchment or cream bottom. Do you know of anyone who could make such a pickguard possable? Thanks for any help!