#1
hey guys me again, ive been searching online and i realized, I CANT FIND ANY GUITAR PAINT! i want my guitar to be green and black (i wish i could show you but i cant) the guitar has very little black and mostly light-ish, neon-ish, green, you know that green you see in a lot of punk rock bands? anyway i dont wnat it to be see-through, i want it to be glossy. ty
#3
yes (lol this sounds retarded) but what kind of spray paint? and i would like it with laquer in it so i dont have to keep putting coats of laquer on...
#6
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yes (lol this sounds retarded) but what kind of spray paint? and i would like it with laquer in it so i dont have to keep putting coats of laquer on...


Well I'm not really and expert when it comes to spraypaint :P I think most kinds of spraypaint will do and it depends on your own personal taste wich one you should use. If a specific brand of spraypaint doesn't work well on wood because it's only made to paint lets say metal or something it will propably say so on the can. Sorry I can't be of much more help
#7
Use acrylic paint, try to avoid enamel but if its expensive enamel, it should work fine. Auto stores have heaps of paints. Go and ask.
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#8
If your in the uk google manchesterguitartech, they sell nitrocellulose in spray cans.
If your in usa google reranch.

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#9
Don't use acrylic if you can afford not to... by that i mean if you can afford nitrocellulose lacquers, buy nitrocellulose lacquers...

You can obtain them in liquid form or in rattle cans in any colour... use a primer, colour and clear... There are a few tutorials out there if you search UG or just google for how to finish guitars with these paints... They are by FAR the best...