Rincewind Posted February 27, 2006 Report Share Posted February 27, 2006 Hi all , i'm totally new here so forgive me i have posted this in the wrong part of the forums. I need some advice. I'm planning the start of a custom job on my ESP Explorer and i'm designing exactly what i want before i plunge in with both feet and start. Anyway on the website (which is brilliant & and really helpful) it shows you how to strip a painted finish from a guitar body. Heat/Chemical/sanding. My guitar has a maple neck of which the back is painted the same as the body. how would i go about removing the paint safely without damaging the rosewood fretboard? And after it is stripped, could i lightly re-sand the back gently (so i dont change the contour) and then lacquer the back to make it really smooth? Many thanks Rincewind Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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