#1
When you sand a body of a guitar to paint it, do you need to sand all the way down until it's brown wood or like until it's still the color of the guitar but it's not shiny, cuz i've been sanding this guitar and like it's red and i've went down about 1/4 of an inch and it's still red???
#2
shuld you really be doing this?
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#3
to the body
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#4
If he doesnt sand it off, he might put too much paint on it, which ****s up the sound. I am not sure about that question though.

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When you sand a body of a guitar to paint it, do you need to sand all the way down until it's brown wood or like until it's still the color of the guitar but it's not shiny, cuz i've been sanding this guitar and like it's red and i've went down about 1/4 of an inch and it's still red???



What kind of paint is it and is it? and guitar manufacturer?....it might give some insight into why the paint job is like that.
#7
it's an old squier strat with two humbuckers, and like the jack is in the side like a les paul but it's just weird man