JimRayden Posted March 18, 2005 Report Share Posted March 18, 2005 So I come home from rehearsal, I discover a rather deep nick in the finish near the bridge and the strapholder. The guitar is kind of new and really clean since I bought it. So I got really pissed and told myself I'll never let any of my bandmates tough my guitar again. That way I know for sure I'll be the one doing all the nicks and have noone to blame. So that's the story and I need advice on how to act if I got the wood showing out of that nick. It's about 7x4mm and I'm afraid the humidity could get in the wood and start corrupting the finish around it. I'm really worried of my baby since it's a beautiful piece of "the real" mahogany flat top LP with quilted maple top and cherry red finish. I was planning to mod the hell out of it over the years, keeping the body same. Would that nick harm it over decades? Regards, ---------- Jimbo Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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