#1
OK, I have a Epi Les Paul but I want a guitar that i can just screw around on and don't care if it gets screwed up. I have a Fender Starcaster which is basically a wannabe Strat. What can I do to make it look cool enough to play it because it is some wannabe blue and looks really bad. PLZ HELP.


Thx in advance
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#3
get it painted...... and then put a tesla laser on the head stock. shoot electric beams at people in the audience and blow their heads off. id go to see that concert.
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#4
are you saying you would go to a concert to get your head blown off?
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#6
strip the finish burn the guitar quite a bit then a thin coat of colour then clear coat it


just an idea.
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I think after this relentless adding for the last 10 mins, that Dan is the coolest looking. Goddamn welsh people and my great etc etc etc etc etc granddad is welsh.
#7
i'd flame it and then like maybe clear coat it...that's be ok..but looks dont make it SOUND better...
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#8
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plywood=bad


not true i own a plywood bass and a plywood guitar and they both sound decent enough. obviously not as good as the mahogany and alder that they should have been made from but none the less they sound good and have fairly impressive sustain
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I think after this relentless adding for the last 10 mins, that Dan is the coolest looking. Goddamn welsh people and my great etc etc etc etc etc granddad is welsh.
#9
Someone sig this guy ^

Plywood is not at all worth the trouble of refinishing it.
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#10
lol

if you want something to play around with its okay though. But dont dump loads of money in it.
#12
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Someone sig this guy ^

Plywood is not at all worth the trouble of refinishing it.



I disagree. If it is your first time refinishing, you don't want to practice on a really nice guitar, because your first job will almost always suck. Plywood, although I agree with the crappy sound, can be great practice when it comes to refinishing.