#1
is it inevitable?

I have been noticing more ... and more.... and more......

Sorry cant find a good place to post this ha! Lol
#2
Are you using your guitar as a hammer? I dont understand.
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#3
marks on the fingerboard are inevitable if you play with a tight grip. I take it you have a rosewood board which does seem to get dings more than maple or ebony.
#4
Quote by lucky1978
Are you using your guitar as a hammer? I dont understand.



FINGERnail marks.

Low frets, longish nails and fretting too hard and that's what you get.
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#5
Itll happen, just try to keep your nails cut. what kind of fretboard? if its rosewood then you could wipe it down with tung oil, make existing ones much less noticeable. Itll look a ton better too, real rich color. I make sure my luthier does it every time he works on either one of my axes
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#6
Damn, why not just clip your nails? It sure as hell isn't inevitable.
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#7
Cut your nails as short as you can without pain. Then take a nail file and make them smooth and rounded on the ends so it's not a sharp edge digging into the neck.
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