My Michael Franks has for some reason been taking in the case color on its back plastic binding trim -
Its a really good case ( a TKL Geib case- burgundy interior color )
but for some reason the plastic trim of the guitar -in random places has been showing patches of
the case color into the trim ( Dark and light variations ). I think it may be the type of finish on the instrument - I have been able to lighten it in a few small places by using "go be gone" and gently rubbing it.
I dont want to get extreme ( stuff like refinishing is ridiculous ). I know their are different types of finishes used on guitars -but these cases should be bullet proof , in terms of being able to handle that ( not sure )
Ive though of trying to contact either Mike Franks or the TKL company - but i though first maybe Id try here , for ideas . Their may be an easier solution or something non threating that will solve the problem without going to extremes - maybe a cleaning chemical of some sort .
Im going to give Jim Holler a call tomorrow and maybe give him a visit sometime in the near future -
to get his opinion . Its for now just on the back trim - and its only a visial thing ( nothing wrong with the build quality etc- maybe the plastic ? -who knows )
Anyone ever run into this -maybe heard of a solution .
My guess is, reguardless -I may have to replace the case -hoping not to -
Sorry -not able to post pictures this morning ( have to find or replace the camera )