ZoSo_Spencer Posted September 13, 2005 Report Share Posted September 13, 2005 (edited) This may seem dumb, but when it comes to wood and staining/dyeing i am dumb I want to make a les paul - very similar to jimmy pages (pic below) and i have found a suitable bookmatched piece of maple for the top - BUT - it is heavily stained on the sides...............is there any way i could remove the stain on the sides or stain the whole piece and somehow get the light blond natural color of maple back, with a dye or something? i dunno what i am talking about lol but what i am asking is - is there anyway i can make this piece of maple look like it was never stained and was always a natural colour and not end up with a really dark finish? if so how??? Maple (below) Template - roughly looks like same piece of wood Back Front Edited September 13, 2005 by ZoSo_Spencer Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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