#1
So first off it happened by accordantly dropped it while putting it on a stand. There where a few chips in it when I got it but they where small and I didn't touch them while playing, I was planing to repaint it when i first got it but got talked out of it.
reason I want to fix the chip is because its right where my arm rests while playing and it scratch's my arm.
here's a pic of the guitar
and here's the chip in the back
I don't want to repaint it or anything now i just would like to fix the chip so it doesn't scratch my arm, doesn't even have to look pretty because its just a muck around guitar atm.
sorry for the bad pics took them on my ipod.
#2
sand it smooth at the transition from paint to wood.
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
sand it smooth at the transition from paint to wood.



Yeah, if you're not too concerned about how it looks this is the easiest / best option.
#4
Quote by damage_inc07
Yeah, if you're not too concerned about how it looks this is the easiest / best option.

Plus, it'll add a bit of a relic factor...if you're into that sorta thing.
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
i have chips and marks on my guitars just means they are played i dont sweat and worry about this.rather use my time playing then fixing the looks.. its not how a guitar looks that matters its how it sounds and plays..
Guitars: IBANEZ RGA42FM
Strings: Elixir Nanoweb 9-42
AMP'S: Peavey Vyper
Effects: Zoom G3