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I have a Les Paul Custom in Apline White. I bought new in 2003 and it was made in 2002. Lately I have been noticing that the finish has been turning a yellowish color. It rarely if ever sees sunlight. Is this a normal thing to happen to a white guitar? Anything I can do to prevent this from happening further? Anyone have thoughts about refinishing the guitar (value and playability)? Help would gretaly be appreciated.

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Why? "Aged White" as it's sometimes called is cool. Alot of white does this, namely celluloid pickguards, and nitrolacquer. But I seriously doubt Gibson refinished a guitar from 2002/2003 in nitro? Strange. Who cares though? I've got an acoustic that did the exact same thing and I like it better now.


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