#1
Hey, anyone knows of a company that sells white Tune-o-matics, stop tailpieces, tuners, knobs and all that? Or is there a way to make black ones white? Powdercoating maybe, will that work? Or is a powdercoat too thick?
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#3
might have to look for a company that can paint them professionally.
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#4
I would imagine you could get them powder coated. However, there are several reasons you don't see it; it gets dirty EASILY and looks rather tacky.
#5
If they've made red hardware, I'm sure theres white stuff out there. I couldn't tell you any names though.
#6
Thanks for the answers. I would imagine a matt white finish won't get dirty that easily right? You can always clean it. I would look really cool on an all white guitar, with white EMG's and stuff. My concern with a powdercoat would be, will parts still move? Like the ones in a tune-o-matic bridge, the tuners etc.
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Marshall JCM 800 2205 Halfstack
Dunlop Crybaby
Keeley BOSS SD-1
MXR 10 band EQ
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