yes thats what i was talking about, i was concerned that its cracking or starting to peel off. Why would it look like this thou?
which suggests to me that you should keep the guitar until you hear another guitar that you like better. You could always ask the store if they could improve it a bit for you.
Oh so does this help?simonm wrote: ↑Fri Sep 08, 2017 6:54 amI didn't look at the pictures as I can't access google drives so I can't give any opinion on hat aspect.
However, you said:which suggests to me that you should keep the guitar until you hear another guitar that you like better. You could always ask the store if they could improve it a bit for you.
Thanks for the insight, this is infact what I was hoping for, since this one is acoustically great. I just hate how you know, i don't wanna feel "cheated" by a seller, and you never really know how did they treat the instrument (this one is made in 2015, so i think inproper handling would essentally leave one with buying a used instrument for the price of a new one, if you don't know what to look for). Especially if you're not aware of what's ok or what's not, like me. So at the end I just judge the feel and sound, and hope that the rest is fine. But i guess this one is fineOldPotter wrote: ↑Fri Sep 08, 2017 9:19 amIts such a small detail that I wouldn't worry about it except that every time you play, you will be reminded that its there. If it was mine I would get some superfine wet and dry paper, 600, 800, 1200 and 1500 and may be 2000 and tape off the rest of the neck and very carefully sand it back to grade back to bare ebony. Use a sanding block and not your fingers.
If I lived close to the shop, I think I would go and mention it, but otherwise I think I would take care of it myself. It's more a question of which is going to create the minimum effort and difficulty. Its very nice to find a guitar which you like so much and sometime difficult to replace.
To me (just my own opinion) this is the important thing, its very hard to actually do it. I don't think you should feel cheated by the seller, perhaps he could have given a discount or repaired it.... It's a minor problem from the maker, which could be sorted out.So at the end I just judge the feel and sound
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