A replacement pickguard for the 4-string P Bass guitar models that are made in the United States and Mexico. It will not fit the 5-string Precision Bass guitar or Squier guitars. In some cases, you might have to make a few adjustments for line-up if you have other types of Precision Bass guitars.
Despite there being no truss rod notch, the side of pickguard has thirteen screw holes. You can't use a thumb rest or pickup cover with no holes.
The constructions are made from quality celluloid and PVC plastic materials - the colors are the same as those in the pictures.
A thin layer of protective film covers the pickguard's front surface, and after installation it can be peeled off.
You will receive 10 pieces of Precision Bass guitar pickguards in the package.
Selected User Reviews For FLEOR 10pcs P Bass Pickguard Guitar Pickguard Scratch Plate for UAS/Mexican Made Standard Precision Bass Pickguard Replacement, Mixed Color
It is all very beautiful, but it does not fit perfectly
A couple of basses I own have plain black and white pickguards, so I bought these to match. Fender made in Mexico and Squier made in Indonesia (both excellent basses for the price! In my opinion, the screw holes and the overall cut on the Mexican Fender were perfect. However, the pickups were very tight. It might be smart to shave some off with a Dremel (I crammed it on there since I could not find my Dremel in my storage room, but if I have to take it off in the future, I will trim it I also found the neck pocket to be a little small. There is still some work needed on the Squier Vintage Modified and even with some work the screw holes do not Unlike Squier guitars, which are made in a variety of factories with a variety of specs and measurements, the FLEOR guitars are produced in a variety of factories. Seeing it side by side with my Mexican Fender, it seemed to be the same, but its design is a bit In order to make it fit, I had to shave away some of the neck pocket. Also, the pickup holes were uncomfortably tight on the Squier, so I'm not sure which pickups they were using for measurement, as neither of my Precision basses have that small a pickup. is generally considered to be the "Standard," and it has been fairly consistent for some time already, so maybe that is what they should cut you If they were labeled with which models they fit without modification, it would be a great idea. It was a quick and easy process, and the products were delivered in good condition and in a reasonable time frame. As a result, my basses have a nice cool vintage look, so I'm glad I bought them and I'll be buying more parts from FLEOR Moreover, I wish they came with screws, as many pickguards do. Replacing rusty/corroded old screws at the same time as the pickguard can be a nice upgrade. However, this is as small a quibble as it gets.
| Apr 04, 2021
This bass is a Squire Affinity P/J
Does not fit the bill. I give the pickguard a 4 star rating for quality. The P/J Affinity bass cover I bought for my 2018 Squire Precision P/J is completely inappropriate. Although the 13 screws lined up, the pickup did not perfectly line up with the hole in the body. We spent the afternoon drilling and sheet rocking I like it because it fits and looks great, but I'm not a huge fan of the drop-off This particular model will be replaced by - The 2018 year model will not be available. You should note On the pickguard, there are not one, but two layers of plastic that peel off.
| Mar 25, 2021
I really like these! Cut in a clean and efficient way
I really like these! The 2017 Precision P/J bass pickup was well-cut and fitted perfectly to the Squier Precision P/J (the current model with the P and J pickups). I really do mean that This was perfectly executed There were no mistakes in the alignment of the screw holes. Fits look as if they would be fine - What you need to know about more recent MIJ P The screws seem to be in the bass, but I am not sure about the bases. One of the greys has more of a blue tint, the other has a greyish tint They all have a grey color to them, and all of them look fantastic.
| Feb 17, 2021
The update is My speed is a little slow, but these are fine
To remove the plastic protectors, you must peel TWO of them It was a dumb decision by me to give it one star, for I only peeled off one and thought the pick guard wasn't I messed up.
| Sep 19, 2020
I really like the Tortoise Pick Guard
It carried out what I had hoped for. The hole alignment was off at the input jack area, even though it matched the other holes?.
| Jan 17, 2021
It's a great look with a perfect fit
This is a perfect fit for a The screw holes match perfectly and there is no question that they would hold up to anything that It took a little while for them to arrive from China, but that's not their fault.
| Jul 10, 2021
I would definitely buy it again. The quality of the product is excellent. My bass was able to fit into all the holes.
| Dec 27, 2020
Good value for the money
Is well-suited for the purpose. There is room for a little bit more shallow cutting on the edges. Good value for the money.
| Nov 28, 2020