#1
I discovered this lovely instrument in my grandfather's laundry,
It's Japanese made, 60'sish and Burns Tri-sonic pickups (afterthought)
It was defretted and plays quite nicely for a free bass.



Intending to polish the aluminium pickguard and install a new nut.
Does anyone have any pointers on polishing or on sanding off the finish and replacing and then restaining?
#2
sorry man, no pointers from me but that's a NICE bass! really, very nice.
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#4
depending on how deep they go, and how deep you're sanding, yes, most liekly they'll come unglued and be ruined. Looks amazing to have though! Do you really want to restain it though..it's vintage!
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