View attachment 910041 I have a 2018 Fender Limited Edition Parallel Universe Series Deluxe Thinline Super Telecaster. Love it. Its orange and a dream to play. But I picked it up the other day and the paint was bubbling up and chipping right next to the bridge. And I looked at it again today and it looks like the bubbling is growing. This is not a vintage guitar yet, But I'm wondering if I should try and get it fixed (gonna be tough to paint match) or put some super glue on it to stop the chipping? Or just leave it alone and let it chip as it doesn't hurt the playability. I'm just afraid if I go to sell it someday that whatever I chose to do now will turn someone off. Thoughts?
"2018 Fender Limited Edition Parallel Universe Series Deluxe Thinline Super Telecaster"
That's got to be the longest name for a guitar model. : )
Sorry, I don't have anything useful advice other than maybe apply sealer and leave it.