#1
Hello All,

I've always enjoyed the look of reliced guitars that have a blue or red markings on them, How do you get this look?
#2
bang it on things with that color of paint
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#3
I actually have no idea what you're talking about
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#4
If you mean that blue or red paint is showing through where the instrument's finish has been "relic-ized" away, that is the result of one of two things: Either the instrument was given a base (or primer) coat of paint that was red or blue, and then the final finish was applied , or else the guitar actually was red or blue, and someone painted a new finish over it. Then when the new finish began to wear away, traces of the old finish beneath it begin to show through.
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