#1
My friend is freakin out cause he dropped his bass on the cement floor. it has some large scratch areas on the side. what type of stuff could be used to kinda clean it up a bit? (hes 12, so he isnt into the "relic" look.)
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Fender Standard Strat w/Tex-mex pups
Epi Les Paul Jr.
Epi MM-20 mandolin
Yamaha FG-110
Boss SD-1
Boss BD-2
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Digitech RP80
Fender FM212R
Epi Valve Junior

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#2
If he wants his bass to look all shiny and never touched, he should hang it on a wall. But when you've got a gigging instrument, you've got to accept damage will happen to it.

I think for the most part battle damage looks cool, and adds to the personality of the bass. Each mark represents a story of the instrument, even if it's a dumb one.
#3
good point
My Gear:
Fender Standard Strat w/Tex-mex pups
Epi Les Paul Jr.
Epi MM-20 mandolin
Yamaha FG-110
Boss SD-1
Boss BD-2
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Digitech RP80
Fender FM212R
Epi Valve Junior

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Me
#4
I like the ones that have been so used that theres no paint left, leaves a nice woody effect.

My friend has a solid wooden Yamaha bass and he plays slap so much that he worn away into the wood with his fingers. Looks odd when you 1st see it but then you watch my play and understand, he plays bass in a rather odd fashion