#2
ouch, um, my best advice would be to color match the paint, just glob it over the affected area...and then sand/wetsand till level with the rest of the finish...and then polish to a sheen?
Guitars:
LTD KH-602
LTD M-15
Schecter Hellraiser FR (for sale w/hsc, pm me.)
BC Rich Bronze WarCock
BC Rich Ironbird1
Tokai Voyager
Jackson JS30 Kelly
Vester: Metal flake gold/black crackle
Vester: rainbow crackle
Carvin V220
#3
Quote by BreeBreeMiikey
ouch, um, my best advice would be to color match the paint, just glob it over the affected area...and then sand/wetsand till level with the rest of the finish...and then polish to a sheen?


Best suggestion tbh
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#5
Quote by Cowtriks
Ok, I just realised that while searching for some help I've opened imageshack with sb's else photo, and copied it here, this one's mine actualy http://imageshack.us/f/14/schecterodprysklakieru.jpg/

Now that's a little harder to retouch. :lol:

Im not real experienced with flame tops and staining so i'll let the experts work this out...also try this in the GB&C.
Guitars:
LTD KH-602
LTD M-15
Schecter Hellraiser FR (for sale w/hsc, pm me.)
BC Rich Bronze WarCock
BC Rich Ironbird1
Tokai Voyager
Jackson JS30 Kelly
Vester: Metal flake gold/black crackle
Vester: rainbow crackle
Carvin V220
#6
Leave it. Because if you do all that work to semi-hide it(I doubt you'll be able to totally fix that with a refinish), you will dent/scratch/chip it somewhere else.