#1
first post so hello to everyone!

I have a c15yr old Aria electric in white - well it was white once but now has sort of yellowy patches where either the lacquer or paint has discolouered over the years.

I was wondering if there are any resoration polishes or light cutting compunds that I could try in order to bring it back a bit. It's not worth refinishing it - I'm just looking for a reasonably cheap solution if there is one....

Aprreciate any opinin or advise - Thanks for looking!

Mr moodle
#2
'Vintage cream/white' is a gorgeus colour for a guitar! Keep it :-) Oh, and welcome to the forums.

To answer your question, no there isn't. Unless you get it refinished.
#5
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#6
if its only in spots and looks retarded, id say repaint it. do something cool with it. if its the whole guitar i say keep it. i love that color, just like almost everyone who posted above me lol.
Originally posted by primusfan
When you crank up the gain to 10 and switch to the lead channel, it actually sounds like you are unjustifiably bombing an innocent foreign land.


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#8
I agree with keeping it and not refinishing if its mostly yellowed... its a nice look, particular on an older guitar.