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Offline TRUK

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« on: October 07, 2008, 11:07:33 PM »
Hey, I've been looking ahead as to parts I'll need when I do some changes to my D10S like bridge and nut and strings. I asked Washburn about a tortise pick guard for my D10 and they e-mailed me back with a price of $16.00 plus $7.50 to ship. Kind of high cost for that item don't you think? Don't want to ruffle any feathers but shocked me a little. I seen some where on the forum about someone making pick guards but can't find through the search. Would love one made out of the same wood on the sides of the D10. Can anyone direct me? Thanks,Truk.

Offline donny341

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« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2008, 11:24:54 PM »
I think Shiner has made some pickguards.

Some Guitars
9 Tweed Straps
72 gold strap buttons with screws
10 Buffalo horn picks
Multitude of various plastic picks
Broken fingernails when used for fingerpicking
Wrist wraps for those arthuritis fretting moments
Preperation H for those long sitting hours playing guitar
42 various sets of strings
Lizard Spit Guitar Polish
3 polish cloths
Pro winder/cutter
2 plastic winders
Steel and nylon string clippings (I should clean up a bit)
4 wall mount hooks
One bile slice remover tool (for Dreadman)
ton of yuks and smiley faces here
One set beatles albums on Apple label
Various Beatles and Wings 45's
Two Turtle Doves
A Partridge in a Pear Tree

Life is what happens while your busy making other plans

Offline Rocket

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« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2008, 11:25:38 PM »