#1
So I have an old cheap classical guitar in my house thats always out of tune and no one ever plays it. So I decided to repaint it and make it a nice little decoration.
So this was my original design:


I'll put up pics of what I've done so far later.
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#3
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hahah xD, looks like a martinez


thats just some picture from the net i edited. My guitars brand is 'Maya'.
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#4
lol anyway, pm me when youre done i wanna see what you made out of it. Also if it failed and you burned it out of frustration, plz tape it :p.
#5
If you paint a classical guitar that way with normal paint, it will sound shitty as hell. Classical guitars are laquered in a very special way, there are not many coats of laquer on a classical guitar. Seriously, this will make your guitar sound like absolute shit!
Gear:
Gibson les paul Studio faded, modded Buckethead style (killswitch, 1 tone, 1 vol)
Taylor Big Baby 306-GB
Modded Cort KX-5, runaway (neck) and warthog (bridge)
Laney VC-15
Digitech Bad Monkey, EH Big Muff, crybaby JH-1
#6
Well this is the guitar after I've sanded it down a little:


And here's it after I've applied some undercoat stuff:
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#7
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If you paint a classical guitar that way with normal paint, it will sound shitty as hell. Classical guitars are laquered in a very special way, there are not many coats of laquer on a classical guitar. Seriously, this will make your guitar sound like absolute shit!


No one ever plays this guitar because already sounds pretty crappy. I'm painting it purely for decoration as it just hangs in the living room and i thought a paint job would brighten it up.
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Last edited by burntfacedog at Jan 6, 2007,
#8
Ah, that's ok than, never mind
Gear:
Gibson les paul Studio faded, modded Buckethead style (killswitch, 1 tone, 1 vol)
Taylor Big Baby 306-GB
Modded Cort KX-5, runaway (neck) and warthog (bridge)
Laney VC-15
Digitech Bad Monkey, EH Big Muff, crybaby JH-1
#9
So this is the back after painting some of it:

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#12
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(you should make the top of the headstock really cool... i love origional headstocks)

but good job..


That is a good idea damn it's too late I already painted most of it. Oh well.

Here's the front painted:


EDIT: And here's the spider!


Looking pretty good so far.
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Last edited by burntfacedog at Jan 7, 2007,
#13
Heres the start of the spider and the web:
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#14
Nice
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#15
Heres the spider and the web in more detail:


You can't tell but the web has silver and white lines.

And the spider close-up:



Do you think i should paint something on this boring ol' headstock?

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#18
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or a litlle fly!


haha that would be pretty cool
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