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Chipped pot holes...

Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by NelsonNelson, Jan 7, 2013.


  1. NelsonNelson

    NelsonNelson

    Sep 25, 2011
    In installing my new preamp I chipped only two of the 5 pot holes barely. Does this matter?

    I noticed the washer will cover the minor "damage" just fine. And that will be covered by the knob. I guess if I was ridiculously sensitive it might matter but it's a bass...kind of like a truck, right? =D
     
  2. HaMMerHeD

    HaMMerHeD

    May 20, 2005
    Norman, OK
    It happens. Nothing to worry about.
     
  3. VinKreepo

    VinKreepo

    Nov 13, 2009
    If you have the chips, super glue them back.

    I enlarged 2 holes on my bass a long time ago for RadioShack switches. I've decided that was stupid and filled the holes with epoxy from a fiberglass repair kit. Now, I just have to paint over them with black paint and decide if I want to re-drill for tone pots/pre-amp or just rock 2 volumes.

    EDIT: ^^^ that's only if you make the problem worse; like Hammerhead said, just don't worry about it... Hammerhead said... IT RHYMES!!!
     
  4. 96tbird

    96tbird PLEASE STAND BY

    Your Bass is hooped. Ship to me immediately for proper disposal.
     
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  6. Bruce Johnson

    Bruce Johnson Supporting Member

    Feb 4, 2011
    Fillmore, CA
    Disclosures:
    Professional Luthier
    I think that The Chipped Pot Holes is an excellent name for a band.
     
  7. tjmdetroit

    tjmdetroit

    Jan 27, 2008
    Detroit, MI
    96tbird... the EPA has strict rules about disposing things... if your not hip to them... don't worry I won't let you get into any trouble... ship the bass to me... I got your back my brother.
     



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