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  1. Hi Thanks for the encouraging comments and feedback from you all for the quick 'tips and techniques' relating to wipe-on varnishing. The problem with encouraging a Brit, is that they have a tendency to come back and pester everyone again I thought it might be of interest to some of you in terms of how you can easily and cheaply make a basic flat-topped entry-level guitar or bass look a million dollars. Veneering! This: ...can be transformed to this: ...with a surprisingly small outlay. Does it take years of practice? No - the above one was my first go. BUT there are things that make it a lot easier and much more likely to end with a satisfactory outcome. And that is what the next few posts will be - the Andyjr1515 outlook on how to strip and veneer a guitar or bass without ending up blubbing like a baby or resorting to terrorising local pets, children and old blokes like me out of sheer frustration Like before, I'll probably do a bit of cutting and pasting from previous threads in various forums. So, if you've seen them before then apologies - but also be reminded that you can run from misguided and over-enthusiastic contributors, but you can't necessarily hide!!!!
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