#1
Is it possible to properly sand off a sunburst done to a veneer top on a guitar?
something like this:


I want to sand off the sunburst so that i can cover the natural flame with lacquer and have the natural finish look??

possible?
difficulty?

thanks
Gear:
ESP LTD EC1000
Douglas Spad (Alder) [ custom wired with EMG and Passives ] : Kramer Striker FR424SM
Line 6 POD X3Live : Digitech Rp80 : Tascam US144
Kustom Sound (crappy ass) solid state amp
Old Steel String Acoustic (some local company)
#3
yeh electric sander
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#4
umm.... i was thinking of going on it by hand...
could you elaborate why in each of your presented cases?

also, i thought that the sunburst's base color is rubbed into the grain so, won't that be tough to get out even with a machine sander?
Gear:
ESP LTD EC1000
Douglas Spad (Alder) [ custom wired with EMG and Passives ] : Kramer Striker FR424SM
Line 6 POD X3Live : Digitech Rp80 : Tascam US144
Kustom Sound (crappy ass) solid state amp
Old Steel String Acoustic (some local company)
#5
If it is stained into the wood, it might be harder to get out, because of the fact that is soaks into the wood and all. If its just painted it should be easier. This is just a hunch.