#1
I've just finished a complete overhaul of a squier strat. It was really a redneck deal, as I ordered a trem block that was too big and had to hacksaw it size and rather than paint it, I covered it in vinyl Max-4 camo decals and trimmed them into the right shape. The problem is that I did a ****ty job of cutting straight and I now have a very jagged edge (decals cover front and back but not sides b/c of contours).

Any ideas on how I can cover this up to look cleaner and also keep the decal from peeling?

I'd post pics if I had a camera... sorry

John
#2
Quote by john_bosma
I've just finished a complete overhaul of a squier strat. It was really a redneck deal, as I ordered a trem block that was too big and had to hacksaw it size and rather than paint it, I covered it in vinyl Max-4 camo decals and trimmed them into the right shape. The problem is that I did a ****ty job of cutting straight and I now have a very jagged edge (decals cover front and back but not sides b/c of contours).

Any ideas on how I can cover this up to look cleaner and also keep the decal from peeling?

I'd post pics if I had a camera... sorry

John
1 - get the right size block
or
2 - use a file and/or benchgrinder to smooth the edges.
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#3
I'm not too worried about the block... more about the finish on the body. The block is hidden, but I have to look down and see my ****ty razor job on the decals every time I pick it up. Is there some flexible material I can glue down over the edges?