I have a Synyster Gates standard guitar and I have managed to chip the body. It's not noticable until you really look, but I think it's going to get worse. Is there any way I can repair this? I don't leave near any guitar shops to take it in I can put a photo up later if one is needed, but not till I get home from work. Thanks
would be putting some finish over it possibly stop the chipping?
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Quote by SGmaniac1021
would be putting some finish over it possibly stop the chipping?

I'm not sure, but I could ask my Dad to try for me. Thanks.
Oh NOOOZ! Seriously though its going to happen why waste money getting it fixed. It will definitely happen again.
If you start a reply with: I have never played one but I have heard good things about it! Your opinion is invalid.
unless u want to refinish the entire guitar ur not going to fix a chip without it looking like crap. and why care if you cant see it until u really look?
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What he said. You are a wise man for not buying into the hype.

ya hear that...he thinks im wise
Your lucky the guitar didnt chip you. I think you can mayby hide it with something, paint feks.
If its black. Use a sharpie
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It's going to happen anyway. Try not to worry about it. Fixing it would be a waste though since it'll just happen again.

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*sigh* i remember the days when i used to be bothered with chips in my guitar, until the day you don't bother you can really love and play your guitar the way you want to :S
your guitar will age with you. you will cherish it more if you realize and accept that imperfections are a part of life. think of your guitar as a wife rather than a short term girlfriend.
Don't worry, it was just a Synyster Gates guitar. Take this as a message...

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