#1
I pulled out my guitar and I was tuning it up and stuff and when I looked at the headstock one of the letters from the logo (SWITCH) the "T" was missing. They are little decals/stickers. I know it's not the best quality, made in china but it bothers me to look at it. This happened before with the "S" but I saw it fall off and super glued it back on (You can barely tell) Do you have any suggestions for what to do?
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#2
Wait, you super glued it back on the first time, and it worked. Now you want suggestions again for the same problem on a different letter?

Super glue.
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#4
Super glue again?
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Wait, you super glued it back on the first time, and it worked. Now you want suggestions again for the same problem on a different letter?

Super glue.

he lost the letter.
ts you could look on ebay for some decals and then superglue them on
#7
you could get a marker or paint and draw it on
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#8
Rub off all the decals or it will look really odd.
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#9
Yeah, I lost the T. the S didn't fall off again. Different letter.

To SG I like this guitar for warmer smoother tones. The Ibanez is more agressive.
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#11
i`d take all of them off then any future problems will be solved in advance.


But then there's no logo....
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#12
do you play the guitar `cos of what it says on the headstock, or `cos of it`s feel and tone.....but wait...5 years from now peeps will be starting threads after looking at your youtube vid with the header "identify this guitar"...

it`s a sticker stop worrying and play the damn thing.
#13
5 years from now peeps will be starting threads after looking at your youtube vid with the header "identify this guitar"...

This is what I'm hoping I'm keeping it because of it's decent overdrive tone, comfort, uniqueness, and hope that it will become a collectible too... (Which I doubt)
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#14
Liquid paper or correction ink or whatever you guys call. Just hope that it looks like a T and not a blob of white stuff.
#15
The head stock is black. Also the letters are metallic. Do they make liquid paper (we call it white-out) in silver? awesome idea. And if I mess up it should just scratch off
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#16
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The head stock is black. Also the letters are metallic. Do they make liquid paper (we call it white-out) in silver? awesome idea. And if I mess up it should just scratch off

never heard of silver white-out. usually the paper is white.

personally, i would just say **** the logo. its just a logo. I understand keeping a guitar in prestine condition, but if its a players guitar then it should look like its played. i say your doing the right thing. i find overly perfect guitars should sit in a museum. the rest should look like they have been played.