#1
I just got a nice Gibson SG from my older brother as a present. He said he got the guitar from a roommate who didn't like it. It sweet and I love but......
It got ALOT of scratches from not using a pick guard/sloppy playing. The left side of the guitar is riddled with pick scratches, how should I go about making it look nicer?
#2
Clear Nail polish and some VERY fine sandpaper, tell me if you need more info
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#3
Leave it. It gives the guitar character. Just my opinion.
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#4
Leave it.
It shows that you actually PLAY the guitar.
Plus, scratches make it look better.
Call me Wes.
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