ByronBlack Posted August 14, 2005 Report Share Posted August 14, 2005 My guitar is going to be mahogany with a maple laminate neck-thru. I've been reading up on finishing (i'm going natural for this one) and it recommends using a grainfiller for mahogany because of the open pores - this I understand and have no problem with. However, the stuff i've been reading says that the grainfiller comes coloured to match the wood, now I want to keep the wood as natural as possible, and also with the maple running through the middle, it would prove quite difficult not to go over the maple with the mahogany coloured grainfiller. Is there a 'clear' grainfiller that can be sprayed on before the sand-sealer stage? I've done a search on this forum, but havn't found an answer, so apologies if this is rather a basic question. Cheers Guys. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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