#1
I suppose the title explains all. I'm needing some candy green for my project that basically consists of repainting my old squier, and possibly replacing the trem with a fixed bridge.

Right, anyway, any ideas on where I can get the right paint, bear in mind that I'm in the Uk.

[Enjoy my badly photoshopped concept photo if you want to see what I'm planning on doing with the paint. Yes I know it looks like a football pitch/fairway/melon.]
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#2
Might try a hobby shop. If there's an RC Car place anywhere near you, they'll have any color you would need...
#4
And custom paint shop. Or an autobody shop shoud lknwo where to get some.
#5
actualy that looks nice, try home depot, they usaly only have house paint , but ocassionaly have auto paint
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#6
Try Halfords my friend, they'll do colours very close if not exact to those you want.
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Try Halfords my friend, they'll do colours very close if not exact to those you want.


See, halfords was my best idea so I had a look, but I couldn't really find anything like what I wanted. The best I was finding there was flourescent green, and I refuse to have a glow in the dark guitar.

I might go into Edinburgh and check out a model shop that I know. Last I remember they sell sprays.

Suppose it could always be a good idea to go look in a different Halfords too.
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Suppose it could always be a good idea to go look in a different Halfords too.


Always worth a try, also have a look at B&Q or something similar. Model shops dont tend to sell to many ideal sprays, they are normally enamel - which you dont wanna be using.
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