you could drill a hole and use a plug cutter to cut with the same direction of grain, maybe find a local woodworkerHad a couple of "quick" questions... minor things I was debating on for a couple of guitars.
First... Squier headstock tree removal. Not a fan of the dual trees, upgrading to staggered tuners so wanted to lose a tree and keep the other. Problem is, the hole left behind. Plan was to get a thin maple dowel and some glue and tap it in, sand the headstock down (putting a partscaster decal on) and clearcoat it. Only thing I can think of. Anyone try this? How'd it look? Mainly concerned with how well it will or will not blend in.
Second... Les Paul custom binding, like around the headstock, has that nice alternating black/white striping. Can you buy that as a stick on, like pin-striping for a car? Guitar has binding, but just cream/white. Sides are fine, but be nice to go around the top edge with the multi-stripe versus cutting out the binding and redoing it all.