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  1. I have a razor blade, would I just run across the spot lightly (not picking at it) after taking the strings off?
  2. I used a sponge and some water, a small but amount but enough to wet it. I'm not sure if GC and MF are under the same owners. I thought about sending it back to MF but after the shipping costs and restocking fees, I'm out over 100 dollars.
  3. I haven't tried yet, I'm a bit nervous, I don't want to ruin anything. Would a place like guitar center remove it? If so, how much do you think it would be?
  4. Will the razor blade end up scratching the wood though?
  5. Yea, my mistake, it's on the fretboard, not the fret itself
  6. I recieved my les paul custom (alpine white) today in the mail from musicians friend. It's a new guitar, not used or a scratch n' dent. It has a white spot on the fretboard, is there a way to fix this at home? I've tried rubbing it but nothing has happened. Here is an image of it. http://img380.imageshack.us/img380/8910/img1853cx5.jpg
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