This is a three ply pickguard; the top and back layers are mint green tinted plastic with the look of aged white nitrocellulose material found on original late'50s-mid '60s Fenders, the middle layer is black plastic. This pickguard is cut for three single coil pickups, three pots and a classic CRL pickup selector switch. As depicted the pickup and switch screw holes are countersunk for vintage oval head screws. There are eleven countersunk pickguard screw holes around the perimeter of the pickguard. There's a classic 'notch' in the neck pocket area for truss rod adjustment relief. There is some aluminum foil shielding on the back as depicted. Looks great on just about any color Stratocaster including sunburst, Fiesta Red, Black, Shoreline Gold, Sonic Blue, Surf Green, Lake Placid Blue, Candy Apple Red, Dakota Red, Burgandy Mist Metallic, Inca Silver etc. The bottom line? I put this guard on top of a Genuine Fender '62 pickguard and it was a very nice match. If you want to make your Mexico or Squier Strat cool this would be a very nice upgrade. No pickguard is an exact replacement for any other. You almost always need to fill the old screw holes and drill new ones when you fit a new pickguard. You may also need to do some trimming of the guard in the neck pocket and control cavity area. In some cases you may even need to trim the cavities in the guitar body. The goal here is to make the instrument easy, quick and effortless to disassemble and reassemble when repairs are needed.