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Old 02-02-2017, 08:10 AM
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Originally Posted by runamuck View Post
What type of adhesive would be used with a wooden pickguard that would make it possible to remove it later without damaging the top?

A wooden pickguard seems like adding another brace to me - a brace that could affect tone and timbre in negative ways.
That's why I laminate it to plastic. I don't know if it actually does affect the tone, but just in case.

You can remove necks, bridges, braces or just about anything on a guitar that was glued with Titebond or many other types of glue without damaging the guitar, at least not too badly anyway. I guess HHG or fish glue might be advantageous for a wood pickguard but I would just use what ever glue you use for building. You can remove it if necessary.

You could even just rout it right off.
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