#1
Before anyone says anything, I glanced at the stickie!!!! This site needs the ability to search within a thread, period.

Anyway's, I'm considering replacing the only original part left on my Squier, the body. Looking at some cool Warmoth bodies(neck is Warmoth already). I'm looking at a Alder body with quilted maple veneer. I saw the first post on how to do this but is there anywhere posted on the net that you all have found on how to do this with pics.
Last edited by Sin City Sid at Dec 9, 2008,
#3
LOL, that's the first links on the stickie. Well I've seen a couple of other links but nothing that shows it done, step by step. Man that is such a cool finish.
#4
there was another tut on there with pics, but its gone
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#5
Ya, I figured. I had to ask though. Sounds easy but if I put up the cash for the body, I sure don't wanna fugde it up.
#6
get some quilted maple veneer's. Practice on those, since their fairly cheap.
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#7
Thats two tone, some you will probably have to stain one colour, and then add a tinted blue clear coat for the burst effect.

I'm not too sure how it works, but its more complicated than just staining a top.




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