#1
I was taking photos of my guitar yesterday outside and forgot to bring it back inside..

It looked like this yesterday:



and now its like this:



the paint seems to have washed off and the paint on the pickguard has washed off too.

will it still be okay?
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#5
Advice from someone with no experience in this area: Let it dry thoroughly like a week or 2 before plugging it in to see if it works. Just going off experience with cell phones.

Seconded on the HNGD. It has a cool look on the bright side
#6
this is almost as good as the guy with the "nano particles that change the color of the guitar with the push of a button" NGD...HNGD man, looks awesome.

I demand more pics+clips and review.
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#7
Acid rain brings NGD.

Leave the wife out? Will it improve her?
#8
I don't know about whether it works or not (I agree with above and wait for it to completely dry out before plugging anything in...I don't know if a blow dryer would ruin the wood)

But that was certainly one hell of a way to get a "Road Worn" Strat for a fraction of the price. It looks really awesome now. also, it may seem obvious but change the strings cause they're probably horrid now
#10
Oh it even washed the paint off your 5-Way switch knob.... right, sure it did....

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#11
Tuning is different, same with knob positions and bridge adjustment. The lighting is even the same.
Not the same guitar.
Last edited by LyndonFM at Jan 17, 2012,
#12
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Tuning is different, same with knob positions and bridge adjustment. The lighting is even the same.
Not the same guitar.

90% sure it's the same guitar, bro. The rain clearly adjusted the intonation and tuned the guitar after it washed off the paint and replaced the plastic parts.
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#13
You must live in L.A. if the rain did that.
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#17
u took teh pictures @ the same tim or close 2 it
its obvious bc of the shadow lol photoshopped
an the poting mix i mean who keeps poting miz w/o using it imediatly?
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#18
I would like the Pickguard on my V to be black. Maybe i should try this.
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#19
Damn, That sucks man! However it does look pretty damn cool now. I'd be quite conscious of plugging it in, you might get the mother of all electric shocks. Check the electrics inside, there might be quite a lot of water inside of the guitar, take the scratch plate off. You might need to replace a few things like the input, pick ups and wires.
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#20
Oh, I get it now. Hope it plays like a beauty!
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#22
that's how you relic a guitar: leave it out in the rain to get soaked
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#26
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I love how somebody says the tuning is different.
Clearly the acid rain put that guitar in A standard.


THE RAIN MADE THE STRINGS SHRINK! Thus increasing tension and making the strings pull the tuners and causing them to turn. God I'm good...
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#27
STOP LYING TO US!!!!

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Dude, your threads straight up make my daty. HNG
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#29
Impressive, the rain even washed the grain of the wood away... You should definitely put that in the dryer, got to warn you though, it might shrink on you.

Also, HNGD.
#30
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#31
Gives whole new meaning to weathered look. but let it dry good might have to clean the pots and switch and check the truss rod etc but you should be fine weird how it stripped to pait right off thou.
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#32


It used to be sunburst, but then it took an arrow in the neck.

HNGD!
Looks ugly though.
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Last edited by JKHC at Jan 17, 2012,