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Thread: Replacing EBMM Majesty's Body

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    Also, the edge is relatively thin, so that further weakens it. Guitars aren't really designed with the thought of surviving being dropped, unfortunately. Most musical instruments are the same way.
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    Sorry to see this. Devastating.

    I'm guessing it would be possible to seamlessly repair the wood damage however the arctic dream paint finish is not likely fixable without a full re-paint.

    But before you commit to a full repaint, maybe talk to an artist or two. Someone with creative ideas might be able to design a piece of art to cover that section of the guitar and make the damage invisible. It's like when some people get tattoos to cover scars from accidents or surgery. If done well, it might just enhance the design. Just a thought.
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