Get this. I just bought a used Aria Superbass and the previous owner drilled 4 (yes, FOUR, quatro, three plus one) strap button holes around the original. 3 of the 4 are too wide to use so I guess he just drilled a new hole each time the screw stripped the wood. Moron! Anyway, I know the tricks about using matches and toothpicks and dowels to tighten up holes and drill strap buttons back in. What I am more concerned about, is repairing the arse-ugly extra holes and my question is: Does anyone have any techniques or tips for getting tiny holes filled with only wood filler (i.e. no dowells, etc-- just wood filler)? Do they make a squeeze applicator or sometihng? Ideally, I'd like to fill the holes tight with woodfiller, match the stain, and then gloss them to make them less noticeable. Would epoxy do the trick and if so, what kind should I buy? Would appreciate any input. Thanks.