#1
Hi...my p-bass has a medium sized scratch at the back of the body...n i really intend to get rid of it...any ideas?


if u want more idea or info on the scratch ...it/s gone 1-2mm in and its about 5cm in length..help is greatly appreciated..thx
Last edited by h0d0g at May 16, 2006,
#3
not really. Infact that's a good way to get a good bass for cheap - is point out the typical belt buckle scratch.


The key is to stop wearing belts and caring about your instruments more. I can't tell you how to undo what you've already done. I believe it's impossible. lol
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#4
To me, scratches = character. Relic = sexy as hell

scratches are gonna happen, you might as well get used to them. (Or just buff them out)
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#5
if i had a p-bass i would have cloroxed it, taken it apart, beat the body with a hammer, burnt it, adn then put it back together to get that nice vintange look. lol
#6
You could fill it in the with the same colored lacquer finish then sand with high grit sandpaper .
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