hypnotekk Posted November 9, 2006 Report Share Posted November 9, 2006 hi, recently my beloved Warwick Corvette pro-line 4-string sustained some minor damage in a fire. Luckily it was superficial, but i had to strip its beutiful finish down to bare wood. Does anyone know how i can attain roughly similar results to the original finish? It is maple body, and was according to Warwick, a water based stain (mahogany colour) with a polyeurethane satin topcoat. The staining isnt a problem, but im not sure weather to use poleurethane, or maybe try french polish over the stain? I have spoken to guitar repair shops, and they tell me i need "special" machinery to apply the stain and topcoat, and then try and charge me £400 quid to do the job for me. any advice would be greatly appreciated, as i dont have 400 quid. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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