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    Lets play a little game called "Name that part"

    Lets play a little game called "Name that part"
    I received a box of parts from a friend and I am at a loss for what some of them are
    They are covers of some sort
    Any of you guys know what they are?
    What they go to?
    Thanks





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    Not... Not sure if serious.

    Edit: What Max said... Although some of them are pretty mysterious. There's a few bridge covers there, a few Fender-style bolt-on neckplates, and what I assume are some manner of pickup covers (those narrow ones).

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    I see some Fender Mute covers and what appears to be a banjo tailpiece.
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    This is my best guess

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