Lets face it, some of us love the look and the features of a vintage fender. One of those features is the truss rod adjustment placement at the heal of the neck, the notch in the pick guard and the screw that is recessed in the heal of the neck of a vintage Fender. The notch in the pickguard and the recessed philips screw can be replicated easily by anyone that that knows the look and is of course, competent with power tools. But, lets just say you just bought a really great guitar ( for example a Classic Vibe) But you hate that unsightly headstock truss rod adjust hole. Even though, you have matured as a player to know that the classic vibe series rivals and out performs more expensive examples, you feel that to make it perfect only requires the most basic cosmetic change. That change would be to cover up that unsightly truss rod adjustment hole at the headstock. Even though it makes more sense to have it there. But, you love the look of the 50's and 60's guitars that had the adjustment at the heal of the neck. (You know that clean vintage look?) So, Im sure most are familiar with the modern sticky sealing film that you see on some modern day items you bring home from the grocery store. ( Like Oreo cookies..ect) So, thanks for your patience, but the product would have the same properties. The product would be available in a standard notebook paper size sheet. On this sheet, would include several sticky film truss rod covers with part #s under each one. That way when you find the perfect match, you order a sheet in that part #. The price per sheet retail would be just under ten bucks. Now, you would have to buy this online because most guitar players that would buy this, would be to shy to to purchase at your local music store.