#1
Hey guys, I recently put a very tiny ding in the coat/paint next to the low E string tuner post of my new PRS Custom 24 while cutting a string. It's really small and my friends can never notice it when I tell them to find it, but I always can Anyway, I was wondering if there is any relatively easy thing I can do myself in order to make it less noticeable, any suggestions?

Here's a picture:



It's really small and to the left of the low E tuner if you can't see it (:
Gear

Mesa/Boogie Mark V Head
Mills Acoustics Mach 212B
Peavey Vypyr 15w
ESP LTD EC-1000 guitar (BKP Nailbombs)
Fender American Standard Strat
PRS Custom 24
Dunlop KH Signature Wah
Menatone Red Snapper
Boss DD-7 Delay
Zvex Fuzz Factory
Last edited by RocknRory at Dec 13, 2011,
#2
just get used to it. it'll pass. ive got so many on my les paul. just ignore it. mine are WAY WORSE
#5
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#6
deal with it dude, nothing stays new forever.
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#7
Send it to the PTC and pay out the rectum to have it fixified. Or own it. I'd go with the latter because of the disgust I have for monetary proctology and the fact that chicks dig scars.
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#8
i suppose the right color nail polish could do the trick, but for the most part i agree with everyone else here. btw it looks like a really sexy guitar (=
#9
I feel your pain. First day I had my 22 I put a huge ding in the back on the edge of a desk, through the paint to the wood. It sucked, but since I have put countless dings into the finish and haven't cared as much. In 10 years I would rather the guitar was trashed but I enjoyed it, than it be sat in it's case in pristine condition. As the guy up ^ there said, it adds character in a way, it makes it personal to you.
#10
Adds Character...

I played a 78 Strat for a whole bunch of years that had a dent in the body behind the bridge from a beer bottle being thrown..

and yea.. chicks dig scars..
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#11
Hahaha ok thanks guy, I'm sure it will grow on me, this is my 2nd ding on the guitar, the 2nd one is some clearcoat/poly coming off from the top of the headstock after hitting it on the wall. That one is kind of cool because I just was able to put some poly on it and moderately fixed it, plus I can see the natural wood color

At least it's small!
Gear

Mesa/Boogie Mark V Head
Mills Acoustics Mach 212B
Peavey Vypyr 15w
ESP LTD EC-1000 guitar (BKP Nailbombs)
Fender American Standard Strat
PRS Custom 24
Dunlop KH Signature Wah
Menatone Red Snapper
Boss DD-7 Delay
Zvex Fuzz Factory