#2
You should be asking this in the electric guitar forum, just saying.
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#4
Yep, I've done that before too.
Guitars: Fender FSR Standard Strat, Squire Affinity Strat, Epiphone Nighthawk
Amps: Vox AC15C1, Roland Cube 15x, Peavey KB-1
Pedals: Digitech RP355, HD500, Joyo AC-Tone, EHX Soul Food
#5
Ehh, its wood, dings and scratches kinda go with the territory.
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#6
The only way that might work that I can think of, aside from sanding it down and filling it in, is placing a warm, wet towel on top of the dent, which may make the fibers of the wood swell to its original shape. It doesn't work as well on finished guitars, and sometimes (depending on what finish was used), it can melt the finish.
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#7
Hell, people nowdays pay a lot extra for dings and scratches. Just rough it up some more and sell it to some schmuck for twice what you paid for it and go buy a new one.

Or, put a damp cloth over the dent and heat it with an iron...