#1
Is there any way to paint a guitar body to end up looking like silk? if not, how abouts would i go and literally put silk fabric on the face,back, and sides?
#2
imo good quilt tops sometimes look like silk. but if youre gunna be doing a solid wood thingy such as alder, i dunno
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#3
I can't imagine covering your guitar with material doing a whole lotta good to your guitar's clarity..

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I can't imagine covering your guitar with material doing a whole lotta good to your guitar's clarity..


Nevermind being bloody annoying after a while.

And plus, isn't real silk a lil bit pricey? so how shit would it be to get enough to cover your guitar then have it scuff or something.
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#6
Most silk garments are dry-clean only. Not sure how you would go about cleaning it ignoring the fact that silk is one of the most delicate fabrics there is. I feel it would be a PIA to maintain to keep it looking good.

Most material jobs on axes I've seen are cammo and the fabric is that mailitary tough stuff.

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