#1
I have a squier thinline tele and it's a really good guitar. One day I was playing guitar and the phone rang so I answered it and just as I was about to hang up I dropped the phone right near the tone controls. So now I have 3 or 4 dings on my teles body. I'm not an expert at painting guitars and I'd lean away from. Any suggestions on what to do?
#2
Leave it that way. scratches and dings give your guitar ccharacter. You should see my tele after 4 years of intens gigging.. I love it
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#3
Leave it but if you really really really hate it I think you can wet sand it smooth but you may have to give it a touch up of lacquer or soemthing it'd be easiest to leave it, the other easier option would be to just give it a full new paint-job.
#4
i hate droped my guitar so many times and it has no dings or dents
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#5
My guitars are the same way. I play at a computer desk and I always accidently bash it of the desk like 4 times a week and I still have no chips or noticeable scratches. I guess Im just lucky...
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#6
Sorry, I forgot to specify, The phone actually took the lacquer and paint off so there are 4 dings where it's just wood.
#7
how does a phone do that? Seriously what kind of 30 pound massive metal plated phone do you have? Anyways...What color is it? Maybe try to find a matching nail polish color or paint a design over it like Jimi Hendrix' V.
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#8
I have so many dents and dings in my guitar. I really like the way it gives the guitar individuality. I accidently burned a big mark into my headstock once with a soldering iron. Don't worry about it.