#1
Hi i have two questions, the first is this: I have a guitar that has a black coat of paint on it as it's coat and i want to spray paint parts of it with white spray paint. Can this be done and if so what kind of spray paint should i use? and my second question is that can you make a neck fretless, the proceed to scallop it?
#2
to answer question number 2, you should probably scallop first but there'd kinda be no point in taking the frets out other than aesthetics as the scallops would effectively be frets
Ben

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Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Deluxe
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Blackstar ht-5 head
Blackstar ht-408 cab
Landola V72 Acoustic
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#4
there would be more of a point to it if you scallop say frets 15-24 as it would mean you're playing chords without the frets but still being able to solo fast and not having to press down harder, i'd still say scallop then take the frets out and fill the slots as it would be easier than guessing where the frets are supposed to be and have a better outcome
Ben

GEAR:
Squier Vintage Modified Telecaster Deluxe
Squier Vintage Modified Jaguar
Blackstar ht-5 head
Blackstar ht-408 cab
Landola V72 Acoustic
Seymour Duncan Woody SC

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nope.