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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by robotguitar, Jul 9, 2016.
Would you consider this guitar reliced or just beat to heck? Is there a difference? Thanks
In my opinion, since it's a polyurethane/polyester finish that for the most part will never age, I'd have to vote for beat to heck.
Compared to some I've seen its immaculate.. and no I'm not kidding..
I wouldn't say beat to heck, I've seen much worse, It's just well loved.
Unless it was done on purpose to relic it, then it's just beat to heck.
I figure that by carefully hitting it with a rock, that I've added about $40 to the value. Did I mention that it plays like butter?
Where did that rock come from? I'm really hoping you haven't used that to re-create your lovely blue Tele...
I hope that's Photoshop
Rock was just here. Got the guitar for $30 bucks at a Goodwill and it had this really ugly ding. I just figured it needed some evening out of sorts. Just a Squier Affinity.
For 30 bucks I think its pretty cool. Nice color actually.
If that's how you guys care for your stuff, finish it off by throwing it in the trash.
If it's real genuine Moon rock, which I suspect it is, it's probably added lots of money to the guitar's value. Or, alternatively, it has not.
Needs a refinish
Adding damage to existing damage does little but just make it look damaged, a guitar with age related wear will not just have fresh chunks chipped out of it, do some research and have a look at how guitars age and wear naturally and attempt to recreate that and put the rock down before you hurt yourself!
Doesn't look aged to Me,, I vote for poorly taken care of..
For that price , just steampunk it and move on.