I have a Cort Steinberger that was given to me over 10 years ago and has sat in a corner since. There was a problem with the electronics and I never got around to putting any time into fixing it.
Then, I forgot all about it.
A few weeks ago, while cleaning out a storage room, I found it again and figured it was time to fix it.
Through the help of some fellow TB'ers I've sorted out the parts to repair the electronics. I haven't replaced them yet, but am hoping to in the next couple of weeks.
In the meantime, I've looked over the body and have found many dings. I may or may not try and fill them and repaint the body (which will then include me in the Rattle Can Finish Club here on TB). Then again, I may leave it as is. If I decide to fill the dings I'll search the forums to see what info I can find in regards to how to/what to use.
The biggest ding "issue" is with the bottom edge of the fretboard, just below frets 1, 2 and 3. It looks like a dog chewed on it or something. It doesn't effect playability at all, but I do wonder if there is any way to repair it if I wanted to.
I've attached some pics for all to see.
Thanks, in advance, for any help.