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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 07-15-2011, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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Paint Chips.

Hey guys.

I have a Washburn X-40. I've been told that it is a 2002 model. But here's the deal. I went to my dads, and I brought it along. when i put it in the hardshell case, it didn't have a chip in the paint. When i took it out.. It did.. and there is a anotherone by the floyd. Just wondering what i can do. Will it be easy to repaint because if you look at the paint its kinda metallicy.

Here are the pictures.

Thanks Jake.
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