#1
yea i just won a guitar at the canfield fair in out in ohio, for any1 who knows about it, its a full size acoustic, well maybe a little smaller than full size, but it sounds surprisingly good, i was thinking about spray painting it and using it as a decoration but now i dont want to ruin it so i can play it cause it doesnt sound to bad, would spray painting hurt anything with the wood or watever? byt the way i was just gonna mask off the fretboard and bridge

and my second question is i have another guitar (kinda forgot about it) but i got it cause i wanted to paint it, and the wire have been cut to the pickups, i just cut them using a wire cutter, at the time i didnt care if i ruined them cause i was gonna get new ones, but now money is tight, if i sauter the wire they will still work fine, right?
#2
On acoustic guitars paint will dramatically change the sound. It wont hurt the wood because it is sealed before the poly goes over it.

You could used butt-connectors to attach the wires back together tho.
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#3
Yeah he could use connectors, or he could solder it like everyone else and it would work great.
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