#1
I couldnt really think of whether to put this into GB&C or here, as I don't know where it would go. But...


I want to get some custom guitar knobs; 2 with WIN on the top and 2 with FIERCE on the top. Where would I get these??
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#2
Quote by deadringer13
I couldnt really think of whether to put this into GB&C or here, as I don't know where it would go. But...


I want to get some custom guitar knobs; 2 with WIN on the top and 2 with FIERCE on the top. Where would I get these??


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#3
Okay first dude that dosn't help^

Second TS I searched and could not find anything........maybe your gonna have to find someone who dose custom plastic molding but thats very expencive.
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#4
you could always try to find blank plastic knobs, carve into the with an X-acto, or even some kind of power tool and then paint in the depression
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#5
You could try wooden knobs, and inlay the top with MOP or something.
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#6
i was just gonna say that wooden knobs sanded down with SUPER fine grit sandpaper then painted a gloss black would feel like plastic and would be infinitly cheaper than having custom molded plastic made.
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#7
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i was just gonna say that wooden knobs sanded down with SUPER fine grit sandpaper then painted a gloss black would feel like plastic and would be infinitly cheaper than having custom molded plastic made.

Seconded. Get some Testor's enamel, and thin it a little with ... well, paint thinner. Give it a coat and sand it with the same fine sandpaper. Repeat. After three coats it should be perfect. Either paint on in with more Testor's, or use a paint marker. Then spray finish as usual.

Just remember to give it a day between enamel coats.