#1
so a few of my screw holes on my guitars body are stripped (i got my KH-202 used) how would i fix that? would filling them with wood puddy the re-screwing them work? or whats the ebst way to do it without re drilling?
#3
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Mail ESP for some replacement screws? I heard some companies do this


Stripped screw holes, not screws.

Try wood filler and see how that does.
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#4
wood filler alone isnt gonna hold, what you need to do is pack a peice of wood into the holes and then put wood filler in.

Edit now that I think about it though, if the screws don't have to much pressure put on them wood filler might work, also if you put wood in the holes, be careful not to overpack them because this could crack the wood of your guitars body.
#5
try putting pieces of toothpicks in the holes, that will give the threada something to latch onto
#8
Quote by Onlywayout
so a few of my screw holes on my guitars body are stripped (i got my KH-202 used) how would i fix that? would filling them with wood puddy the re-screwing them work? or whats the ebst way to do it without re drilling?

I've done this, works fine.
#9
do something original and tape the backplate on



haha jk

mabye a little bigger of a screw if u can find one and just drill em in?
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Blackstar HT-5 Head
Homemade 1x12 from a combo cab with an Eminence PJ
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#11
ok one of the holes for my input jack is stripped. the other hole is on the locking nut on the neck. the whol thing moves and when i checked it the the thing is stripped.