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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by StratPlus97, Sep 10, 2017.
shame on you. even if it holds for the rest of your life, it was the wrong way to repair it.
Yea! Come on, what's wrong with you?! Next time I expect you to use imported toothpicks that are made from a rare wood that's rated #1 for hardness.
Now, because of your actions, your strap locks will hold up for only 120 years instead of 150 years......Shame on you.
This is the most random thing ever.
Don't believe me...here's a random table I built! Haha. Whaaaaaaat???
Looks like a kindergarten kid made it...nice work
I think what he made is awesome. doesnt look like anything ive ever seen made by a kindergarten kid.
I nail my strap buttons on, those suckers are going nowhere.
I didn't know any better. I feel so bad.
I'm going to go get myself a big bowl of ice cream right now, it always makes me feel better.
Yeah I don't like the idea of tearing up my booteek modded Squier like that so I just got a pair of booteek rubber washers.
That wasn't the house I made - that was just the model. The one I made I'm currently living in, in Manhattan, in the alleyway between the pizzeria and laundromat.
(That was a pic I found online - the joke was someone highly skilled in toothpick building would comically suggest fixing everything with toothpicks... oh never mind.)
You need the 2 objects can not be in the same place at the same time type of fit instead of the throwing a hot dog down a hallway type of fit you have now.