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i did i the exact thing to a friends guitar (ibanez rx40) with a bit of scrap aluminium from a boat builder.

not my sort of thing but it looked good and cut down on noise a tad.

was very easy with Al, would be alot harder with stainless steel or sim.

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My philosophy is this:

If you can get the stuff cheap and you can install it without damaging the guitar (or anything else, like, say, yourself), give it a try. If it sounds bad you can always put your old pickguard back on with pretty much no harm done.

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