#1
hi there
i was wondering if there was anyone here who tried painting (nitro) black over coats of white ?
what is it gonna look like? does it matter?

i was gonna paint my guitar white but then i decided to paint it black
i have painted about 4 coats of white already... no clear coat yet.
let me know if you can help, thanks.
#2
If the white coats are already dry, it should be black because that's the last coat you put on right?
#3
It'd work out good right? I mean, isn't white the best color to paint over?

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#4
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It'd work out good right? I mean, isn't white the best color to paint over?

not really. primer tends to be a perfectly neutral gray. primer is best.
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not really. primer tends to be a perfectly neutral gray. primer is best.


Primer isn't always gray, you can get it in diffrent colors. I have used white, gray and red primer and I know you can also get black. Back to the TS question, it should just end up black if the white paint is already dry and the black isn't translusent.
#7
hey guys
thanks for the inputs. actually there was primer (spots of grey primer... ABOUT 70% of the guitar) underneath which i didn't want to sand or take off. i just made sure it was smooth.
i used some vinyl sealer as well as stringed instrument lacquer.
so, it should be good? black will make everything black?