#1
Not sure if this is entirely the right place for this but I have to ask

I'm not sure how this happened, and I feel like a fool for saying that because damage like this doesn't just happen. Anyways I feel terrible, but I hope it's not too bad.





What can I do to fix it? Is it serious?
#4
Quote by daryle_goh
man. is this a thread out of nowhere?


what is the damage? you havent stated.


The massive pictures.
#5
That's minor, take it to a guitar shop and they can probably sort it out
ohai little sig.
#6
1 - drill the damaged area.

2 - plug the hole with a dowel or a wooden plug.

3 - sand the plug flush

4 - repaint.
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#10
listen to Øttər
Meadows
Quote by Jackal58
I release my inner liberal every morning when I take a shit.
Quote by SK8RDUDE411
I wont be like those jerks who dedicate their beliefs to logic and reaosn.
#11
listen to (funny O)ttar.I think....
Pics don't work.
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Originally posted by Gunpowder:
Everyone just jumps on the bandwagon and gives the same advice in these situations. You know what? I'm going to be different. Call the firemen.
#12
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listen to Øttər

listen to SYK.... LOL
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