Anyone ever "AGED-Antiqued" or Burnt chrome? I would like to create an aged look to match what Bare Knuckles does for a new built. Heat and/or Chemicals used??
kboman said:I've never liked relicing, but various kinds of distressed pickups can look really cool! Clearly pictures of your results will be needed
Just do what gary said, and scuff it up with some sand paper... :icon_thumright:dmraco said:kboman said:I've never liked relicing, but various kinds of distressed pickups can look really cool! Clearly pictures of your results will be needed
I do not want to confuse what I want to do with Reliced with BEAT UP! While guitars ala Stevie Ray look cool, this is not what I am trying to accomplish.
My idea is a non-shiny...satin/oiled guitar that is simple.....somthing that if I get a mark I do not have to be obsessed about buffing it out. I guess the best word to describe it is NATURAL....natural wood, natural metal...etc. The guitar will be fully finished but maintaining a natural element of being unfinished...or finished....naturally!!
nathana said:Oh boy, careful with that floyd Eugene. :laughing7:
But seriously, seems to me like there'd be a lot of ways to mess up a floyd during a process like that.