Hey guys, a few weeks ago I was given a 1959 Gibson Melody Maker. Here's the link to my thread- http://www.tdpri.com/threads/ngd-old-melody-maker-special.948215/ So far I've replaced the super heavy Grover tuners with more vintage correct Klusons, installed a bone nut, replaced the Bad Ass bridge with a Mojoaxe, and got it all set up. Played a gig with it last night and it rips. The P90's are from a 1965 SG Special. While I was having the work done to it the pickguard started breaking a bit. I'm not a huge fan of the current pickguard shape. It reminds me of the old Gibson Sonex. The routing underneath isn't pretty either so I don't think I can make it smaller without refinishing the guitar, and I love the current finish. It was refinished back in the late 60's. Any ideas? I'm not concerned about being vintage correct since this thing is already a mishmash of a few guitars.