#1
Anyway to do that. I chiped a small 1cm square in my guitar. Is there a way to fix it. Nail polish helped but im curious if there is something more seamless.
Last edited by nyandres at Mar 13, 2008,
#2
Super-glue the broken piece back on?
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#3
I too would like to know. My friend dropped his guitar last night after jamming with me, and he was sooo bummed about it... I've been looking for ways to fix it. Except this chip is like a dent, and splintered
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#5
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Super-glue the broken piece back on?


I tried that. It actually looked less natural, than the nail polish.
#6
wood filler, but that will require a refinish. I would just leave it as is until you decide to refinish your guitar.
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