#1
Due to moving from a cold room to a warm stage, the laquer on my les paul's headstock cracked and came loose around the inlays. its a nitro laquer. is it fixable? And yes I know I'm missing a string!



#3
You might have to remove all the laquer on the headstock and re-apply the laquer..... get a tech to do it.

Not sure about the inlays though
#4
Quote by sewoo55
You might have to remove all the laquer on the headstock and re-apply the laquer..... get a tech to do it.

Not sure about the inlays though


Would anyone know how much something like that would cost to get it done by a tech?
#5
Hey,I googled nitro-lacquer guitar finish and it sounds like it will dissolve previous coats,even cured coats.This should be repairable,find a luthier to talk to.If you remove the tuners yourself this will save you money also.
#6
Yes. It's possible to use a special solvent on the nitro finish and reflow it. It can be fixed, but not sure how much it will cost. Find a decent luthier who does this sort of task.