#1
Sorry if this is in the wrong area, anyways, question about my guitar. In short, I accidently left my telecaster in its hard case in my car for two days. I understand it was stupid, and I've learned my lesson. But I'm not sure if it's internally damaged.
Casualties:
- rusted screws
- strings feel rough
- some lining on the guitars color changed color(no biggie)
It sounds fine minus the strings.
Just curious how would I know if its damaged from the inside without pulling it apart?
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#2
Sounds more like moisture or humidity is responsible. Probably no way to know if there's internal damage without looking inside, unfortunately.
#3
That would be heat damage. Show us some pictures.

Also, get some of this.

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#4
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That would be heat damage. Show us some pictures.

Also, get some of this.



Come on man, why give TC the wrong information?

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#5
As long as the neck is straight, you should be fine besides the rust/corrosion that has happened (and that is only cosmetic)
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#6
The neck looks fine. Just the outside, but I can live with it. I don't think there's internal damage but I'm taking it in.
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