#2
I think your pictures are too big!
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#3
Not my cup of tea, yo. I'm not a big fan of anything but solid color or clear finishes though.
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#7
Quote by extra heavy
Wow man Yours is sweet as hell! Did you have any cracking in the wood after it was drying I did in the lower right hand part of the pickguard.



thanks dude, did you watch the video...

no i had no cracking, i also didn't have the pickgaurd on when i did it, so yours might have trapped water in but it's a fun experience for sure
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#8
Quote by yodadax
thanks dude, did you watch the video...

no i had no cracking, i also didn't have the pickgaurd on when i did it, so yours might have trapped water in but it's a fun experience for sure

Yeah im about positve thats what happened I should of took it off after dipping. I did not watch the video though.
#9
honestly, it's so big, I can't tell if it looks good or not... Please resize the pics.


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#10
Quote by MonkeyLink07
honestly, it's so big, I can't tell if it looks good or not... Please resize the pics.

Yea that was my bad Ill fix that today.
#11
Did you mean to swirl the pickguard and backplate? Swirls look much better with a solid colour pickguard to set them off. Gives the overall finish some depth and professionalism...
#12
Quote by Wesbanez
Did you mean to swirl the pickguard and backplate? Swirls look much better with a solid colour pickguard to set them off. Gives the overall finish some depth and professionalism...

yea I did mean to swirl the pickguard and back plate. I wish that I didn't though because water got caught in one of the screw holes resulting in a couple a little bit bigger than hair line cracks which is annoying.