#1
hey all

just a quick question, is there a way of 'colouring in' or changing the colour of mother of pearl dot inlays? and if so, how would i do it? thanks all!

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#3
yea, i used a sharpie on my bass
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#4
a sharpie? but is there a way of keeping the colour permanently??
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Jackson JS30RR Rhoads flying v
Richwood semi-acoustic
Soon to be customised Jackson Soloist copy
Roland Micro Cube
Roland Cube 60 (LOUD!!)
Zoom 505II effects pedal
#5
Well, its going to be more of a pain than its worth.

What exactly do you want to do?
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#6
just change the colour of the inlays, havent decided what colour yet, its a toss up between blue, yellow or red. the fret board will be ebonized aswell though.
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Jackson JS30RR Rhoads flying v
Richwood semi-acoustic
Soon to be customised Jackson Soloist copy
Roland Micro Cube
Roland Cube 60 (LOUD!!)
Zoom 505II effects pedal
#8
Take them out and put in plastic/LED's. Mother of pearl is produced by oysters in the sea drooling for a gazillion years, I don't think it'll take well to paint.
#10
led ones? is there an easy way of doing that?
Co-Founder of the Jackson RR24 club. pm me or i buy peace for details

Jackson JS30RR Rhoads flying v
Richwood semi-acoustic
Soon to be customised Jackson Soloist copy
Roland Micro Cube
Roland Cube 60 (LOUD!!)
Zoom 505II effects pedal