#1
ya ya, i know.. another painting thread.

anyways, I sanded my guitar down, all the way past the top clear coat. Now I'm down to the stain, it's not to bare wood yet but there's another coat. Anyways, I can use this 'stain' as a primer right? Also, in some areas there is some bare wood showing, will I have problems with this when I start painting tomorrow??

Will post pics.
Going for a straight white body, MAYBE a custom logo on the body, and I'm refinishing the headstock to match the body, was also wondering if I could use a sharpy to right my last name or something on the headstock. thanks for any replies.
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#2
just use some primer spray bombs. That way you have a clean slate with no bare wood spots to absorb paint.
#3
Alright I'll see if my dad has some laying around in his shop.

What about the headstock thing?
ALSO, I've never really done this before, so with the neck, should I loosen the tension on the truss rod? It looks like it's starting to bow.
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