#1
Like it says in my other thread, I got an old SG. I couldn't decide whether to put this here or in the Electric Guitar forum, but I guess whatever fixes this would be an accessory. OK, this SG has a medium two inche scratch on the neck. Not deep, just deep enought to see wood. What would I use to restore it and remove the scratch? Is there a chemical or gloss, paint, etc. to fix this and make the neck like new? I've also wondered if the Gibson Restoration Kit would help. Thanks in advance!

#2
take it to a music store and say "fix this" and they'll fix it for you. i can't imagine it'd be more than 40-50 bucks
#3
^Yeah but surely there's something I could do myself that's a lot cheaper? It doesn't seem like it'd be hard to fix...

#4
It will be hard to match the finish without refinishing the entire neck. If it were my guitar, I'd just live with it. Just think of it as a relic'd guitar, but you didn't have to pay more for it. That's what I tell myself every time I run into something with my SG.
Gear:
Fender Stratocaster
Gibson SG w/ Bigsby
Ibanez Roadster Bass
Sovtek MiG 60
Marshall 1965B
Maestro Echoplex EP-3
MXR Ten Band EQ
EHX Russian Big Muff
Ross Phaser
Boss DD-6