#1
Guys, I’m looking at buying an Epi LP Custom white, with the gold trim, mmmm. I think they look even more beautiful when the paint job has faded to off white/cream-ish. I’ve seen Gibson Custom whites that have faded, but I don’t know how old they were and so I’m just curious is their any way I can speed up the ageing process? I’ve heard of punters saying to lay it in a bath of cold tea, but I’m not too keen on doing that. Any other ideas?
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#2
I had a white strat body a while back and wanted to do the same thing. I let it sit in direct sunlight for over a year and got it really yellow. Unfortunately I never flipped it over, so just the front side was yellowed and the back was still white, lol.
#3
Epiphone don't actually make the Epi LP Custom in the bright Alpine White anymore... they now use an off-white cream colour called Antique White instead. So, problem solved!
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#4
It's not gonna fade quickly 'coz it hasn't got nitro laquer like the Gibsons do, but if that guy's right ^ then you're halfway there.
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