#1
They often do look pretty good, but the idea makes me kinda uneasy. We are talking about one of the most important things in the world, my guitar, and I'm not sure about adhering things to its finish. Professional musicians like Randy Bachman and Country Joe McDonald put stickers on their guitars and they stay there, but I've seen people put stickers on their guitars that peeled off and left white paper glued to the finish.

Is there a special kind of sticker for guitars or short of that, a type that is better for guitars than others? And what is the best way to remove glue and paper backing from the guitar?
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#2
Just scratch words into it. Then you don't have to worry about white paper glue
#3
i think there is some kinda liquid to take em off.. i'm thinking of putting some on my guitar too.
#4
yeah, theres all kinds of stuff you can get to take it off. I've since trashed my knockoff strat with stickers. looks pretty effin cool in my opinion. wouldn't dare do it to my explorer though. but if you think itll look good, you can get the residue removed.
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#6
you can use 409 and a dish scrubber to get it off. I had 3 bumper stickers on my Jackson and they came off fine.
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#7


Stickers are bad.

I own that guitar, but it is now sticker free
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#8
I kinda like it with all those stickers on it...

Makes your guitar more of a reflection of yourself and your influences.
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#9
I think stickers are pretty cool, they sorta give the guitar its own personality. But they don't look nice on really expensive guitars.
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#12
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Stickers are bad.

I own that guitar, but it is now sticker free

Well they look terrible on black guitars, especially when you put thirty of them on there. Some look pretty good. For example...

Country Joe's guitar looks pretty good with the Nuclear Disarmement logo on it


Or Randy Bachman's CDN sticker


And of course, the original guitar sticker
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#14
someone post that pic of a bass with all those box sticker on it. tha'ts proof that a guitar can look good with stickers on it.
#15
I think they look great as long as they're not on really nice guitars. I have an old Washburn that I plan on putting some stickers on to hide the chips in the paint, but I'd never let anything with glue get within 10 feet of my PRS.
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