Quilted maple cap over chambered ash body.

ieruiz

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I did the finish.  I used Feibling's leather dyes.  Alcohol based.    Then about 8 cans of spray on lacquer, followed by wet sanding, then final buffing. 

 

alexreinhold

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ieruiz said:
I did the finish.  I used Feibling's leather dyes.  Alcohol based.    Then about 8 cans of spray on lacquer, followed by wet sanding, then final buffing.

Respect. Outstanding work!
 

docteurseb

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Good job but severe warning is in order: Fiebing's alcohol leather dyes are insanely susceptible to fading.
Leave the guitar/body cased when unplayed if you want it to remain blue.

Bottom left of the right piece was after 9 days of exposure to daylight/sunlight (taped to a window), the upper left was 30 days:

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Waraxe

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Good job but severe warning is in order: Fiebing's alcohol leather dyes are insanely susceptible to fading.
Leave the guitar/body cased when unplayed if you want it to remain blue.

Bottom left of the right piece was after 9 days of exposure to daylight/sunlight (taped to a window), the upper left was 30 days:

S6M01TI.jpg
So basically what you're saying is that body will essentially be trans white in a months time? :oops::oops::oops:
 
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