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Scratch Pad Guitar Finish Protector - Beer Me

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The Scratch Pad guitar finish protector is a non-adhesive, removable solution that lets you keep your guitar's finish safe from scratches and dings without permanent application. Keep your investment safe and in original condition with the non-permanent Scratch Pad, which uses patented technology to cling gently yet securely to your guitar or bass's top. No more dings, divots or ugly scratches on your axes! With a size and shape that's designed to fit almost any type of guitar or bass, the Scratch Pad is useful, highly-protective and value-packed!

Scratch Pad Guitar Protector Features:
    • Non-adhesive, non-permanent
    • Designed to accommodate most electric and acoustic guitars and basses
    • Really simple application
    • "Beer Me" logo
    • Color-fast - no fading

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