AxeGuardz replaces today’s outdated plastic pickguard with a sleek, single-piece dual-layer aluminum composite design. This innovative technology dramatically reduces today’s increased airborne noise while adding complete assembly grounding and a refined new look.
AxeGuardz breakthrough shielding blocks 99.9% of the electromagnetic radiation from entering the pickup cavity while its “capacitor” design significantly diminishing 60-cycle hum. Additionally, the common static shock problem plaguing many Telecaster® guitars is resolved. Order your AxeGuardz today to experience the difference and improve your guitar’s overall performance.
AxeGuardz® Shielding Pickguards are currently available in 4 finishes for Fender® Stratocaster and Telecaster guitars. Bass guitars, additional models and custom options coming soon!
Cleaner Sound. Better Sound. Guaranteed.
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The Buzz Disappeared…
“The loud buzz from the bar’s neon signs virtually disappeared… my band couldn’t believe it. Great product!”
John Daniel / Customer - Ashland, KY
A Noticeable Difference…
“Conclusions found the product to make a noticeable difference in the reduction of audible noise in all of our test guitar and amp combinations.”
The World's Leading / Guitar Manufacturer
“I put one of the guards on a Fender Stratocaster and I’m impressed. It does what’s claimed and greatly reduces noise. Very cool!”
Tony Pasko / Peavey Electronics Corp. - Guitar Divison
“The the coolest guard I’ve ever seen… and it works amazing!”
Jorge E. Ravelo / Player - Miami Lakes, FL
A World Of Difference…
“The guard made a world of difference…it’s a must for anyone using single coil pickups and old school tube amps.”
Dennis Waddell / Customer - Claremore, OK
“I must say I was truly amazed with this pickguard design. Looks amazing on the guitar and it just works.”
Florin Tibu / Writer - SOFTPEDIA® News
A Great Solution…
“A cool product and a great solution to the lessen the electrical noise problems common in studios and on stages.”