#1
I searched the forum, found nothing.

Im in the middle of my planned modding for my Les Paul Special II (yes, yes, I know, crap, shit, whatever). Im at the stage where Ive sanded the body down to wood and installed binding on the top and back of the guitar and Im ready for paint, and I was planning to go buy some Krylon or Duplicolor cans and stuff today, but I needed to make sure I got everything.

Spray Primer (Grey??)
Spray Color (White)
Spray Finish (Glossy or Matte)
Sandpaper Coarsenesses 220, 800, 1000, 2000
Masking Tape

Is that all Ill need for the basic refinishing?
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#2
A sanding sealer would help too. It's a spray. But, you can use a few coats of primer instead. It's just so the wood doesn't soak up the paint as much.
#3
Okay, and to do only the one guitar, Im looking at 2 cans of each, right?
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#4
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How many cans of Primer, Paint, and Finish to be able to finish a full body and neck? Will 2 cans do it? Or Should I get 3 of each?
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#6
I would use krylon.Also do use a sanding sealer.2-3 coats should do fine you'l get a better result using sealer and sanding smooth with some 320 prior to applying the primer.
#7
You'll only need 1 can of the primer and colour but a few cans of clear.
I'd use a sealer to give you a level base to spray your primer and colour. You may also want to buy some buffing compound as well.