#1
hi!
I'm gonna need to seal the grain of my guitar body because it's ash, and it has an open grain

I was wondering if there was any alternative to using Grain filler, or is wood filler the easiest thing to use? How much of it would i need?

cheers
I'm not stubborn...just very annoyingly persistent
Last edited by christie_goes at Aug 10, 2008,
#3
Xo that's what i meant! that's what i meant i swear it
ahh crap everybodys gonna go on about that now i'll change it
I'm not stubborn...just very annoyingly persistent
#5
so i can use a primer filler spray and use a few coats of this instead of using grain filler?
I'm not stubborn...just very annoyingly persistent
#7
titebond I diluted with water will also work, it requires many coats and alot of sanding, but it will be virtually invisible. i dont like to use grain filler, 2-3 coats of satin lacquer over mahogany, some very light 2400 grit sanding... so good, feels exactly like wood should feel. especially on necks.
#8
z-poxy finishing epoxy is good. will usually need at least 2 coats but its good stuff