#1
and the first thing i do is try to set it against the couch slowly and i chip the corners
=(.....anyone else do this with their "V" soon after they got it?
Gettin rid of me RR3 =(
#4
the paints come off on mine because i wasnt used to the whole spike idea when walking with it, how bigs the chip?
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#6
Quote by dan ramP
the paints come off on mine because i wasnt used to the whole spike idea when walking with it, how bigs the chip?


Not tht bad, but still sinking my gear savings into a beat like tht, then you know it chipping..and i keep hitting walls with the corners
Gettin rid of me RR3 =(
#7
Meh it happens to everyone.

I chipped a little bit of the finish off the headstock of my Schecter when I just got it (it has a matte finish instead of the standard gloss). Pissed me off but I just took a black Sharpie to it and now it's almost unnoticeable. I keep bumping my guitar into things on accident also, and every time I check for more chips, but so far I've been lucky.

Man I just need to be more careful.