. 2011 Squier Bullet purchased new and modded 1970 Global LP flat top copy, MIJ by Ibanez, resurrected from basically body and neck that had no frets. These composite pictures are from when I went through the Fender Custom Shop guitars and marked where they had dings and scuffs and sanded through areas. I used those as they 'may' match real use on guitars and they also had direct angle photographs I could overlay to do the mark up. They at least match what people expect to see on worn in guitars. So damaging your guitar in any of these locations a little or a lot would seem acceptable. Interesting how they think Tele players are all rhythm and Strat players spend a lot more time in solos. For personalization, you could always smudge chalk, charcoal, grease on your fingers/hands/arms and play for a bit to see exactly where you would damage your guitar over years of heavy use. Maybe just cleaning the guitar well and putting hand lotion or sunblock on yourself, play, and then look where the hazy/greasy marks are located. .