Jesus Christ on a bike, dude! Lighten up! If only the collectors want something - guess what?!
Dude, I am as light as it gets. Haha, ambien and a Loratab put a smile on my face before bed time.
Not angry about it. Just think it is a silly idea to strat scrubbing paint of your guitar and age crap to make it look old.
I be too busy playing to have time for that undertaking anyway. Play it hard for long hours and that neck will have a nice feel soon enough and it will be real, not artificial. Real is always more comfy that artificial.
PLay, PLAY, play your guitar and take good care of it. Wipe it down and treat it right. You will be happy in the long run. Start screwing around with it, you won't be happy in the long run, it will look stupid or cheap, and it will have crappy or no resell value.
Now go do what you want to do. Your quitar. Have fun with it. Just bear in mind the flip side to the logic behind this desire to amateur relic.
Don't get me wrong, I did some stupid stuff to a litany of guitars back in the late 70s and early 80s, but I was very young and dumb and my parents paid for everything.