#1
Hey guys,
I tried this , but I decided I didn't really like it after I applied it on a few centimeters...
(The video shows how you can make your guitar neck faster by making slight scratches in it...)

I strongly regret it, and that's why I'm here to ask you if it's possible to get it good as new...

Thanks
#3
The only way to get it ''good as new'' is to completely strip it down and re-finish it.

The easiest way to get it at least looking consistent would be to go over it with some very fine sandpaper until you end up with a plain satin finish. Obviosuly it won't match any original high-gloss finish but at least it'll have a uniform look along the length of the neck.
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#4
TS, never mess with your guitar unless, you are a technician, or if you know you can undo the modification.
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