Under the pickguard

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I’ve had my Anderson Hollow Drop Top since 2002 and I’ve never removed the pickguard. I was overwhelmed with curiosity the other day while changing my strings so I carefully unscrewed it. You can see in the picture that the screws were laid out so they could be replaced in their original holes. How’s that for OCD?!

I did not expect an H-S-H route, but it makes since that it’s cut that way.

2 Replies to “Under the pickguard”

  1. I’ve become a big believer in the merits of the bigger rout. Most strats with the small rout have a dull sound to them (some are great, anyway). Tyler also uses a bigger rout. Oh, and the first thing Ed Reynolds in Austin does when he gives a strat a facelift is the make the rout bigger.

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