#1
If I took an electric sander to my strat would I be able to get to the wood? (It's a squier not a fender.
#2
I just did it to my fender.
It took a while, but yes.
What are you gonna do with your guitar?
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#3
1) yes
2) even if the answer was no, its a squire, who cares?
3) be careful - dont TAKE IT TO IT, apply it.
4) youd need to treat it with something afterwards
5) why?
6) youve got to the wood anyway. i assume you mean make the wood naturally visible.
7) please give threads better titles

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#4
well yes if you sand all of the paint off of it. You should start with a really rough sandpaper then work up to a softer sandpaper until you are satisfied.
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