I try like crazy to keep my guitars pristine - especially ones that are no longer in production. I have a Fender Edge signature Stratocaster. I don’t know how or when it happened but I have a scratch on the back. It’s not all the way to the paint - I don’t think. I used stew Mac scratch remover and it helped. But then I went to 800 grit sandpaper to get a bit more aggressive. It took the sharp edges off the scratch but I can still see/feel it. I’d prefer not to keep sanding without putting something in there to fill the scratch. I don’t want a divot in the finish and that’s where it’s heading if I go deeper (I’m afraid). Will the super glue fill it or will it create more of a mess - like ghost lines? Oh and this is a black guitar. I appreciate any advice. Except advice where people say “it’s scratched, just play it, doesn’t affect the sound.” I get it. It’s a guitar. I’d like it to be fixed though. Thanks.