#1
I've seen several tutorials on putting black (or dark) labels on light colored headstocks, but what if I wanted to put one onto a very dark stained headstock?
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#2
I'd imagine it'd be just the same, but you'd have to use bright contrasting colors for it to stand out.
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#3
Right. But printers don't typically have opaque white ink
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#4
I don't remember the site, but I saw one guy print out just the outline, and then he colored it in with silver sharpie or something of the likes, and used that to copy over onto his guitar.

I'm trying to find the link to it, it was on some guitar modding website.
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#5
The sharpie part might work. Didn't think about that. I just couldn't have any smaller, non-sharpie-filled text I guess.
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#7
Thanks. I'll just have to try to do something with big, simple letters.
Art is Vice. You don't marry it legitimately, you rape it...
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