#1
Well, I was trying to adjust the intonation on my strat and the screw slipped and did a tiny dent near the bridge on the body, not noticeable, but's it just hurts anyway It won't matter soon but for now it's painful to think about lol Happened to anybody else?
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#2
no but there was this time my mate walked how with "the best guitar in the world" by his standards and was trying to show off "the best song in the world" to these new people that came around, he went to sit down and the chair slipped making him fall the few feet to the ground and then rolled down the stairs with the guitar ... u can only imagine what happened next
#3
Quote by Martindecorum
no but there was this time my mate walked how with "the best guitar in the world" by his standards and was trying to show off "the best song in the world" to these new people that came around, he went to sit down and the chair slipped making him fall the few feet to the ground and then rolled down the stairs with the guitar ... u can only imagine what happened next


May sound harsh, but I find that rather funny, but tbh if I was in his position, I wouldn't laughing
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#4
Many times...With my old Squier, I ran the headstock into a wall...Didn't break, but left a nice white mark on it. With my new Schecter, I was wearing a metallica belt buckle.... Needless to say, I threw that damned buckle away. And I also ran the headstock into the wall. No mark, however.

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#6
Quote by PhilBurrows2008
May sound harsh, but I find that rather funny, but tbh if I was in his position, I wouldn't laughing



yeah man dont worry every one was laughing becasue its his guitar that he doesnt let people touch cause * we cant hold guitars well and may damage it* and hes all protective and then that,.... lol
#7
scars are cool. there's always a story behind a scar.
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#8
it adds to its "vintageness" i guess...
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#9
Yea I used to care about every knick and what not on my RG312MH but not I just consider them battle scars. It's not the highest quality guitar either, so I guess that makes it easier.
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#10
I honestly don't mind when it gets a nick, but I have a dark grey Ibanez RG, and it looks terrible when it gets a chip, so I just patch it up with some black touch up paint.