#1
I got an ald bass and I would like it lo look like this bass
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I already took off the pickgaurd. I also made some chips.
and for the places where the finish is off, how should I do it. I read something about shoe polish but how does it work?
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#2
pic doesnt work. this is the pic you wanted.

its big.



and what do you mean when you say the wood look?
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#3
thx for the pic

the wood look: the places where the paint has come of
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#4
Chisel?

Or maybe you could just play for several years like Jaco did, and see what happens.

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I also made some chips.

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#5
Everyone's got their own way of doing it, but it's harder than it looks. It's not at all easy to simulate 20 years of wear in tear on a new guitar....just play it HARD and it'll reach that stage eventually.

I personally don't like 'relic' guitars. I prefer to buy a new one, and all the distress on it is my own. It's more personal that way. It has all it's "battle scars", rather than just being beat up by some mexicans at Fender.