Boxxxed
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#1
I don't know much about guitar paint jobs but is it possible to repair/paint the chipped paint in the edges of my guitar? If so, what is the process, what kind of paint? Thanks
King Twili
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#2
Is it a ding in the paint or a chip in the actual guitar?
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Boxxxed
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#3
The paint is pretty thick. It's a chip out of the paint. the wood is untouched.
Auriemma
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#4
Under most circumstances, you DON'T repair them. If your guitar is of any value, then don't. Any repairs will detract even further from the value. The damage is minor and does not affect the sound.

Consider the chips, scratches, and dings as character to your guitar.
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Archieisted
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#5
what if he doesnt plan on selling it and basicly his fav guitar has a huge chip in it?
ChiliFan01
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#6
ahhhggg i hate it when people cry about about a little dig in the paint work it doesn;t matter as long as you don't damage the pickups,the guitar is fine. Honestly dont deliberately make dings in the paitwork, but don't cry when you do!
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#7
Check out StewMac website. Dan Erlewine has free info on drop filling chips & dents.
Moving on.....
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#8
Quote by KenG
Check out StewMac website. Dan Erlewine has free info on drop filling chips & dents.


That site is freakin' awesome.

And it doesn't sound like TS is whining about anything.... more like just asking a general question.

But the dings, chips, nicks, and what not add character to your axe.
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#9
Quote by ChiliFan01
ahhhggg i hate it when people cry about about a little dig in the paint work it doesn;t matter as long as you don't damage the pickups,the guitar is fine. Honestly dont deliberately make dings in the paitwork, but don't cry when you do!



hm how about i come punch a whole thorugh one of your walls, as long as i dont damage anythnig its cool right?
ChiliFan01
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#10
Quote by Archieisted
hm how about i come punch a whole thorugh one of your walls, as long as i dont damage anythnig its cool right?


This is ultimate guitar forums not ultimate wall forums. Guitars and walls are totally different in-case you havn't realised yet.
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#11
Quote by ChiliFan01
This is ultimate guitar forums not ultimate wall forums. Guitars and walls are totally different in-case you havn't realised yet.


mmm they are but a hole in your wall isnt damaging u in anyway its purely a look thing, im saying alot of ppl want their guitars to look good (me one of them)
ChiliFan01
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#12
Quote by Archieisted
mmm they are but a hole in your wall isnt damaging u in anyway its purely a look thing, im saying alot of ppl want their guitars to look good (me one of them)


Well i wouldnt have said that the whole wall thing was a great comparison but...

id rather have a guitar that looks like this :

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1418/1389094589_0509992477.jpg?v=0

than this..
http://personalpianos.com/lessons/electric%20guitar%201.jpg
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Archieisted
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#13
Quote by ChiliFan01
Well i wouldnt have said that the whole wall thing was a great comparison but...

id rather have a guitar that looks like this :

http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1418/1389094589_0509992477.jpg?v=0

than this..
http://personalpianos.com/lessons/electric%20guitar%201.jpg



true but the non relic one looks like a drunk man trying to make an explorer
its peronal preferance so dont go insulting other ppl for their peferance
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#14
Quote by Archieisted
true but the non relic one looks like a drunk man trying to make an explorer
its peronal preferance so dont go insulting other ppl for their peferance


FYI the strat isn't relic'd it's worn and made in 1955. Its not been made to look old. /thread
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meard
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#15
why so much arguing, ... some like the reliced look, some like pristine
come on guys cant we all just get along,

i understand that opinions are important but not to the point of insulting others surely
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#17
Wooooo lol. This is still going? Was that comment worth the wait?

If you punch a hole through a wall, it becomes a window, If you chip your guitar you've not really changed anything.

I know, this is old, but I just felt that logic had escaped this thread that needed that to be pointed out retrospectively.

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