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It is red paint. If is a professional paintjob, it is possible to get tonnes of unique and cool designs.
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Quote by Prisoner5
What technique is used to get this? Is the coat red or is it the guitar itself?


The technique is called painting.
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Quote by Matt420740
The technique is called painting.



It's funny how you're trying to be a smartass, and you're wrong.

It's actually called staining. That is how a translucent finish is created.

You can also use tinted lacquers, but usually it's stain.

Hey TS, check this out. A tutorial on staining, should help you.
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Ottar, thank you for being the only intelligent guy who actually tries to help people.



You, sir, are quite welcome.

It really ticks me off when people try to make other people look stupid, and make themselves look stupid in the process.

Granted, I'm a total dick, but at least I plan my dickery, so as not to lay myself a trap.
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Granted, I'm a total dick, but at least I plan my dickery, so as not to lay myself a trap.


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