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Custom metal chrome Telecaster & Stratocaster guitar pickguards. Fender Strat & Tele etched mirror non-magnetic stainless steel guitar scratch-plates

See Our Customer's Guitars Display in the Player's Gallery

Welcome to Pro-Steel, a place for passionate guitarists

Every guard is carefully hand finished, including rolled & polished edges, easy peel no residue protective skin, for easy handling during installation.

All orders with Tracking. Worldwide delivery


GIBSON SG * Super Mirror Gibson SG Chrome Guards

G&L * Legacy Tribute G&L Mirror Pickguards SSS and HSS

TELE * Standard SS Telecaster Metal & Mirror Pickguards

TELE * NEW Jim Root Tele HH mirror chrome pickguard

TELE * SH Humbucker Neck Tele Shiny Metal Pickguards

TELE * HH 2 Humbucker Telecaster Metal Pickguards

TELE * Blacktop Fender Telecaster Steel HH Pickguards

TELE * Matching Set Tele Steel Control Plate & Pickguard

STRAT * SSS Std Stratocaster Metal Chrome Pickguards

STRAT * HSS Stratocaster Metal Chrome Pickguards

STRAT * HSH 2 Humbuckers Single Mid Strat Metal Guard

STRAT * HH 2 Humbucker Strat Chrome Metal Pickguard

STRAT * Scarface Battle Relic Black Steel Strat HSH Guard

LEFT HAND * Left Hand Real Metal Guitar Pickguards

IN STOCK - Fender Stratocaster Metal Guitar Pickguards

IN STOCK - Fender Blacktop Tele HH Metal Pickguards

IN STOCK - HSH Fender Stratocaster Black Steel Guards

IN STOCK - Telecaster Chrome Steel Guitar Pickguards

IN STOCK - Fender SH Telecaster Machined Metal Guards

Worldwide air mail with Tracking

Customer's Guitar Photos - See Players Gallery

VIDEO - See Guards Fitted to Guitars - Strats and Teles fitted with some of the guards collection, bada bing!

VIDEO - How to Change your Pickguard - Easy to do. Also shows how to change out bridge single coil to Humbucker!

VIDEO - Stratocaster Pickguard Sound Test Plastic vs Steel - Rest easy Veterans of Vintage... the original Fender tone integrity remains true when tested with stainless steel Strat & Tele guards.

Our stainless steel is a high quality resonant metal, and will reduce electro magnetic noise, more than twice as effectively than a plastic guard with aluminium shield.

The steel of your guitar strings will rust, but these guards will be with you right to the blazing, rocking, rust free end.

A Fender factory guitar has many metal parts with direct or indirect contact of your steel strings, we just add a good quality sexy resonant stainless steel pickguard.

See Guard Specs -- Light-weight 0.8-1.0mm. Non-magnetic 304 grade stainless steel. Weight aprox same as 2 plastic guards.

New guard designs for other guitars will be available soon from Pro-Steel Pickguards

Fender® is a registered trademark of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC), including Stratocaster®; Strat®; Telecaster®; Tele®; Squier® are trademarks owned by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation.


Product News

  • 8 October at 17:29 from facebook

    This Tele guard duo will spark a wink even in the darkest of funky backstage alleys. Not a guard for stealth. Tele personality with a cascade of stainless steel silvery bling, is just as alive under c

  • 8 September at 01:07 from facebook

    Blitz #5 is alive, and gone.... to join a trans blue Strat in Vienna city, with a Floyd loaded bridge. It's a buzz making the Blitz, a cocktail of crazy fun & challenge. We'll be hangin' out for p

  • 17 August at 19:31 from facebook

    OK here's one Strat maybe I wouldn't replace the pickguard ha. There's 99 offers on this thing so far. Make your move! I would probably spray a thin 2 pack crystal clear over it to preserve anything

  • 7 August at 03:47 from facebook

    Meet acid trash stainless steel guard Fallout. It brilliantly survived a freaky nuke experiment in my lab, Just before it vaporized, I froze the transformation. Now stabilized, after undergoing plasma

  • 31 July at 01:15 from facebook

    Up close with a Kaleido Strat guard. Usually a slippery thing to capture the essence in just one photo, but this snap gets it. The guard in focus, with distant mirror reflections on the opposite wall