#1
Ok heres an update from THE MOD Its now completely sanded down apart from the horns which i am just scuff sanding and its ready to prime!

The original thread can be found here:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=362677

So im hopefully getting all the paints i need from a dodgy asian car shop! So here are some piccys.........




These are the parts i sanded too far



So my only questions are what sort of sealant should i use?? Will ordinary wood sealent do the trick!?!?

cheers tobz
Gibson SG (Heavily modded)
Fender USA Strat
Hohner 12 String-uber rare

Fender Silverface Twin

EHX Big Muff
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#2
I RESIZED THEM THIS TIME AND THEY STILL CAME OUT MENTAL!!!! GRRRRRRRR
Gibson SG (Heavily modded)
Fender USA Strat
Hohner 12 String-uber rare

Fender Silverface Twin

EHX Big Muff
Digitech badmonkey overdrive
Boss DS-1
Blackstar Distortion X
Dunlop Crybaby
Ibanez Delay
Digitech Whammy
#3
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Gibson SG (Heavily modded)
Fender USA Strat
Hohner 12 String-uber rare

Fender Silverface Twin

EHX Big Muff
Digitech badmonkey overdrive
Boss DS-1
Blackstar Distortion X
Dunlop Crybaby
Ibanez Delay
Digitech Whammy
#5
In terms of grainfiller, I've used the stuff from Stewmac, it works well.
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#7
^Yep, same thing. Some sand and sealer might be good over the grainfiller too, to make sure its nice and even, etc.
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#9
^Actually, it's the other way around. Sand against the grain.
Though TBH, it's not as important as people seem to make it out to be.
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#11
^You shouldn't be sanding wood polish...you rub it in.

Your bad again?
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#12
no, the wood polish i am using , my dad uses to help refinish his ww2 gunstocks ( hes a collector since he was in the millitary) you sand this stuf in with 400 grit to give of wood shavings, (Tiny) then the wood poilish resurfaces and fills empty pores with the shavings

then you go back and rub it in,

its a long process, im stil not done with mine, it needs at least one more coat of wood polish