#1
Ok, so I want to repaint a guitar with a type of paint or sealer that will wear easier than most paints

I read this post & was wondering, where you get that nitrocellulose stuff, is it harder than most paints to apply, is it expensive, where u get it at...

any other suggestions


Quote by Natrone
It will take a lot of work. It will look really unnatural if you take a sander to it. Your best best, IMO, would be to repaint the guitar (whether you do it or have someone else do it) with a nitrocellulose finish.

That's what I'm going to do to my Squier as part of its total customization. In fact, I'm probably going to do that to every electric I buy because A) I want them to become beat up over the years of playing them and B) I have a bit of a special paint job style I want to have on all of my guitars that gives them all a certain uniqueness.
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#2
nitro isnt paint. you put it over paint. and you might wanna check the sticky at the top of the forum.
#3
k, srry i skimed thru it & missed that part...thx
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