#2
OHMYGODYOURMISSINGAFINGER!?!?!?!

Fill it with filler then sand it down.
Thats the only thing I can think of.
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#3
+1 ^ i did that to my strat too :'( cept i did a poor job sanding so it looks bubbly
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#4
Filler and medium sand paper.
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#6
^i actually used car Bondo on some deep nicks in my strat, and it worked pretty darn well.

if you do it right, it will be non-existent, and if you do it poorly, it should be only barely noticeable.

basically, your fine, don't worry about it

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#9
Am I the only one that can't find the dent?
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#10
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Am I the only one that can't find the dent?
not a dent.
look at the edge of the neck pocket.
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not a dent.
look at the edge of the neck pocket.

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#13
are you planning on painting it a solid color or finishing it with clear coat or stain?

if you are going to do a solid color i would router or sand the waviness of the pocket untill it is straight. then take a strip of hardwood that is about 1/8" thick or whatever and as wide as the neck pocket and glue it in there real tight with some wood glue and clamps.(which will probally be tricky since it appers your making some form of Flying V guitar) once this is complete reshape the neck pocket to its appropriate size.

this to me seems a better alternitive to using filler, due to the fact that a tight and precise neck pocket is essential to any quality guitar.

good luck
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dude... that's awesome. They're some of my favorite guitars.