So I guess this is what's called a "Schoolboy Error". Bought a Mighty Mite Telecaster neck, really pleased with it. Came to drill the tuner holes, was ultra careful, masked off the drill bit, did nearly all the holes perfect, then...you guessed it - the masking tape slipped, and I went through to the other side. I've managed to fill the hole very smoothly using some tinted wood filler. You can't feel the join with your finger at all. But as you can see, it's slightly darker and just doesn't match the gloss vintage lacquer. All my friends are telling me to forget it, but I think it can be improved. My idea was to paint it to match, then lacquer over. I'm pretty handy with painting in miniature, but the question is - what paint to use? I don't want something that will react with the lacquer, and I want a colour that matches as closely as possible. All suggestions gratefully received.