#1
So I got a spot on the bottom with chipped paint, with the guitar wood exposed, another dent from dropping the guitar on the back side, and scratches from my belt on the back...is there any way to fix these?
#2
Pics?
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#3
i'm going to try to resist the urge to say it's a strat stop worrying about it.

they don't have the most dent proof finishes, thank goodness.

does it bother you? because it won't effect the sound of the guitar.


but it's a strat stop ****ing worrying about it.
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#4
A poly finish is not possible to fix without stripping the guitar of all the paint and do a complete refinish.
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#5
It looks better scratched up, I'd hate to have to worry about stuff like that!
#6
Quote by HomerSGR
A poly finish is not possible to fix

Not quite true, you can use pigments to colour Super/crazy glue and drop fill small holes and chips.
To pull it off requires patience and a good eye for colour.
The pigmants are available from a few sources, Stew Mac is just one.
#7
I don't get threads like this.

Obviously, they can be fixed, it will be costly or difficult if you do it yourself.

Either be more careful with your guitar or don't worry about it.
#8
Dont worry about it dude. Small nicks and dents and scratches are as normal as a guitar with strings.
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#9
Quote by poacher
Not quite true, you can use pigments to colour Super/crazy glue and drop fill small holes and chips.
To pull it off requires patience and a good eye for colour.
The pigmants are available from a few sources, Stew Mac is just one.

If you don't mind the quality of the repair too much, nail polish is a cheaper quicker fix.
#10
Build up the layers and let them dry and cut each layer back and you can get good results with nail varnish.
Will never be invisible but if you cant stand a chip it will help.