Buckle rash on the back

German translation: Gürtelschnallenkratzer

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English term or phrase:Buckle rash on the back
German translation:Gürtelschnallenkratzer
Entered by: Wolfgang Hummel

20:47 Mar 15, 2016
English to German translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Music
English term or phrase: Buckle rash on the back
Es geht um ein Gewinnspiel, bei dem eine gebrauchte Fender Deluxe Telecaster (eine E-Gitarre) verlost werden soll. In der Beschreibung des Instruments heißt es u.a.:

"Cosmetic Condition. This is a used, vintage instrument. The top has its fair share of scratches as well as some dents and drings but nothing too serious.. There are a good amount of chips around the sides as well as some **buckle rash on the back**. ....

Unter "buckle rash" kann ich mir nun gar nichts vorstellen (ich spiele Klavier und nicht Gitarre).

Weiß jemand, was "buckle rash" ist?
Wolfgang Hummel
Spain
Local time: 17:16
Gürtelschnallenkratzer
Explanation:
E-Gitarren werden in Hüfthöhe getragen. Die Schnallen von Gürteln hinterlassen dabei Kratzspuren/Schrammen auf der Rückseite der Gitarre.
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Jan Truper
Germany
Local time: 17:16
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Danke Jan!
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buckle rash on the back
Gürtelschnallenkratzer


Explanation:
E-Gitarren werden in Hüfthöhe getragen. Die Schnallen von Gürteln hinterlassen dabei Kratzspuren/Schrammen auf der Rückseite der Gitarre.

Jan Truper
Germany
Local time: 17:16
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Native speaker of: German
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Danke Jan!

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