Not a fan of the mirror guard on my J5 Squier so I wanted to change it. You would think it should be simple to change. But then I noticed that the cutout for the bridge on the stock pickguard on the J5 is more shallow than the one on a standard Telecaster. This must be due to the bridge plate on the J5 being a bit shorter than standard. So installing a regular pickguard will leave a larger than average gap between pickguard and the bridge which won't look right. While I'm aware custom pickguards can be made I'd rather not go that route. So I figured what about changing the bridge? I was looking online and found this rather crude drawing of the stock bridge on the John 5 Squier. The humbucker Tele bridges I've come across like This One from Guitar Fetish, all seem to have 5 mounting screws (3 at the base and 2 in front of the humbucker on each side). As you can see in the drawing below, the bridge on the John 5 only has 4 mounting screws (all at the base). So those type bridges with five mounting screws are not going to be a direct swap and will require drilling all new mounting holes. Don't want to go that route, either. I'm looking for any help or advice. I'm not even sure what the string spacing is on the John 5 bridge but it seems that its made specific for this guitar, as is the pickguard, which makes mods difficult.