Admin Post Yeah, sorry... I said I was going to show that a while ago and forgot. I didn't take pictures this time around but I've got some pictures from a previous build that I will show. Since I have never made 2 guitars that have been exactly the same, I seldom have 2 pickguards that are the same. I use different bridges... and sometimes I make the cut-out to fit a P-90 or a Humbucker. So instead of having a cut-out on my pickguard template, I have this adjustable template to make the bridge cut-out. Now on these fretboards you will see that I cut the fretslots on all 3 in a slightly different location. It was just an oversight that I think occured because I was starting with three oddball sized rosewood blanks. But isn't a problem really, it just means that my bridges will all be in a slightly different locations with respect to the end of the necks and my pickguards. So in order for everything to look nice and even The bridge cutout needs to be a bit different. That's where my template comes in real handy. I can adjust it and use it for any bridge or pickup combination I want. And its very fast and easy to adjust and use.