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Repairing A Guitar's Strap Lock Screw Hole

Two of my electric guitars had loose strap-lock screw holes. For a quick and easy fix, I simply squeezed a little wood filler into the screw holes, screwed the strap-locks back into place, and allowed the wood filler to set.

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Now the screws are nice and snug, and I don't have to stop playing every 10 or 15 minutes to screw in the strap-locks again.

Any brand of wood filler will do (Plastic Wood, Lepages Wood Filler, etc) but I used Lepages because of their easy-to-use nozzle, and since I was dealing with fairly small openings, I used a pushpin to poke a hole in the end of the nozzle instead of cutting it off.

Piece of cake, really.

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