I normally don’t mind to be honest. Just I bought this guitar or a collector, wow he kept it so fresh for 20 years, me on my second day lolz hahaYes its a ding - I tipped over the bridge screw while removing it on a fresh 2020 Les Paul Standard and received the prize of my first ding. Didn't really bother me at all - now its personalized . .
I am trying to understand. I am enjoying this forum alot talking to people about different stuff. I have been looking at guitar fixing and making videos for fun. i am just have problem visualizing it.Really
Or is this code for 'I don't want to spend any time learning something new'??
ahh so the paint is actually quite thick?I'm sure you know that wood is not dead flat or smooth......you've seen the pores in a rosewood fretboard after all so its at least something you already have direct experience with.
To make a flat mirror finish you must first fill these.....hence grainfiller.
That guitar is worthless now.I dropped my screw on it -_-. While fixing the pick up height?
I hope i only damaged the lacquer.
This is an honor big fan of your youtube channelThat guitar is worthless now.
I am not even going to suggest that you send it to me, because i wouldn't want a ruined guitar like that anywhere near my residence.
I hope you have a fireplace in your home, because even the gas taking it to a garbage depot would be a waste of money compared to what it is worth now.
...idk, if you don't have a fireplace i guess you could just drop it on some public street in the middle of the night to avoid fines for littering...