#1
Got a 2nd hand Bullet Strat today to do some modding to, didn't like the finish on the neck so I used a Scotch Brite pad to bring it back to a more satiny finish.

I'm wondering whether it would be a good idea to do this to me Epi LP, however I'm not sure whether the pad would just scratch it as it's at a much higher gloss than the Strats neck was? Any ideas?


Quote by rootbeerjuice


How are the tonal properties of stop signs, anyway? They're made of aluminum, right?



My Gear:

Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Squier Bullet Strat (For modding)
Blackstar HT-5 combo
Boss OS-2

#2
Just rub it with some 0000 steel wool. It wont take the finish off, just remove some of the gloss so it'll feel a lot smoother.
#3
Quote by littlephil
Just rub it with some 0000 steel wool. It wont take the finish off, just remove some of the gloss so it'll feel a lot smoother.


Thanks. I'll go get some tomorrow hopefully.


Quote by rootbeerjuice


How are the tonal properties of stop signs, anyway? They're made of aluminum, right?



My Gear:

Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Squier Bullet Strat (For modding)
Blackstar HT-5 combo
Boss OS-2

#4
yeh the wire wool works like a treat
@jecox ssssoooo ssweeeet that whole set up is so sweet. If I had any distortion/delay setup it would be the akai headrush and BM. Awesome set up.