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ZackPomerleau

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Sonic Blue is the color, don't want to I love the Grain, but do want to Pain it, too!


  Gotoh Vintage Tuners (how do you string these?!) can't remember the Caps, but Left Handed Tremelo, V Neck, Lindy Fralin Real '54's, Swamp Ash, Neck is all Maple, Vintage Style Tremolo. All good :)
 

DangerousR6

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Duuuuuuude that would be seriously messed up to paint that.....Maybe go with a translucent blue...... :dontknow:
 

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http://www.warmoth.com/showcase/sc_guitar_bodies.cfm?type=guitar&start=1&itemNumber=PS2331&menuItem=1&subMenuItem=0&subMenuItem2=0&bodyWood_filter=3,38&finish_filter=34

yeah some kind of transparent color would look cool
 

DangerousR6

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GoDrex said:
http://www.warmoth.com/showcase/sc_guitar_bodies.cfm?type=guitar&start=1&itemNumber=PS2331&menuItem=1&subMenuItem=0&subMenuItem2=0&bodyWood_filter=3,38&finish_filter=34

yeah some kind of transparent color would look cool
That's pretty cool, but the pearloid pickguard would have to go.....
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ZackPomerleau

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Well I got grain filler, sand and sealer, two aerosols of Sonic Blue, and Clear coat, any chance I can do a Transparent Baby Blue? Otherwise I will do a standard color.
 

m4rk0

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Sure you can!
check Phthalo Blue (wtf?) on the woodburst website:
http://www.woodburst.com/color_charts.asp

their transparant stain works great on swamp ash! (check out my red ash strat that I just posted in the ugly guitars topic)

Whatever you do, DONT PAINT IT SOLID! it's a lovely piece of ash  :laughing7:
 

ZackPomerleau

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I like Solid color, but I agree it may be nice, problem is. I don't know how it would look with my Baby Blue Paint, and I do not have anymore money for a Stain, and I JUST got the paint in today... So, any ideas?
 

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ZackPomerleau said:
I like Solid color, but I agree it may be nice, problem is. I don't know how it would look with my Baby Blue Paint, and I do not have anymore money for a Stain, and I JUST got the paint in today... So, any ideas?
If the paint isn't in a spray can you could try thinning it out...... :dontknow:
 

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ZackPomerleau said:
It is ReRanch Spray Aersosol, Sonic Blue :)
Ewwwwwwh, that's quite a dilema. I'd say save the sonic blue for another day and wait til you could buy some stain....Or  you could tell us all to get stuffed and paint that beautiful piece of wood a solid blue.......It eventually your call man.....
 

ZackPomerleau

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Well, I DOOOO really want it done, and I wanted to thin skin it, so I could see it age and everything. So now... Hmmm. I don't know, I read if you don't put on a Sand and Sealer it will be seen, the grain that is, I don't know, though...
 
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