The only pickguard I make is for the Super-Sonic guitar. It's one of my retirement hobbies.
Hi. My name is Rick Hubka from Chemainus BC Canada. I spent most of my working years as a Computer Programmer for Government and Oil companies. Now I’m retired and I spend my days as a guitar builder, player, woodworking, CNC and recently 3D Printing. These used to be my after work hobbies. I have a nice well-equipped workshop. 7 years ago I built my own CNC machine to make my own guitar necks.
Five years ago a friend gave me a badly beaten up 1997 Squire Super-Sonic Guitar with pieces missing. After a year of looking at it in the corner I decided to put some pickups and pots in it and fix the wiring.
Then I decided to replace the yellowed and scratched pickguard. I could not find anybody who made or sold a 1996-1997 super-sonic pickguard. So since I had a CNC machine and an original pickguard to scan, I made a few super-sonic pickguards of my own. Then on some of the guitar forums I belong to I saw members who could not find super-sonic pickguards so I put a few up for sale on eBay and Reverb.
After 4 years I have sold just over 200 super-sonic pickguards. Yes its just 1 a week. But I have made a lot of super-sonic guitar players very happy and my wife does not get as mad when I bring home another case of beer.
I hope you enjoy my website with it’s super-sonic guitar images.
Cheers and Stay Safe my friends!