#1
Hi everyone! Well, I was just rubbing my hand down my acoustic guitar's neck (a sign of affection) when I noticed a little teeny tiny uneven spot. I immediately freaked, as my guitar is my baby. There is a tiny bump where the neck meets the headstock. The bump is just there, it fits with the grain. It's a quarter of a pea sized (yes that small ) Does anyone know how this happens, and if I should be concerned? Thanks!
#2
Sports your dings with pride. Nothing is more beautiful than a well-played instrument that you have a history with. From what you describe, the dings won't have any impact on the sound at all.
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