Cedar top pick wear / damage repair.

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Mark Swanson
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Re: Cedar top pick wear / damage repair.

Post by Mark Swanson »

I'd leave off the thin ring part of the pickguard and just let that part show. It won't be that bad, and will look better than the ring part, IMHO.
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