#1
is there a way? not like deep cuts, just like some light scratches...that my stupid music store put on..but when i say light scratchs...i mean light...but a bunch...like...at least...7000
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#3
probably some new wood finish would do it, or a new paint job. But i would take it to a proffesional to do it, so you dont screw up your guitar.
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#6
dude...i dont know professionals...is there not just like...a polish or something?
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#8
^LAf, well not always.

i car wax my guitar, careful not to leave swirl marks. you have to use the right kind of rag.

some guys sware by meguiares x. but ive never used. it. you might need a compound job or something.
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#9
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professionals = people at music stores

the poeple at the music stores=the people who put on the scratches
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#10
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the poeple at the music stores=the people who put on the scratches

So they picked up your guitar, and just started cat clawing it, eh?
#11
I'll also vote for meguires, I know they make products to hide scratches on cars, most guitar paint is pretty much the same as car paint, although you'd want to try a little bit on the back of your guitar first to make sure it will work okay and not make it worse.