Cherryburst Posted June 6, 2007 Report Share Posted June 6, 2007 (edited) Warmoth has a finish called "Mary Kay White" (Fender has "Mary Kaye") which they call a "transparent" finish. Doing a Google image search, you can find a few like this: (its not a Warmoth) Here's a color chart from another company that sells finsishes (found on Google) http://www.sgcrafts.co.jp/color.html The point is that it's a finish which makes light-beige wood look white while still allowing the grain to be seen. But what is this stuff considered exactly? Is it a tint? A dye? Pigmented? What? And what other brands sold are an equivalent to this? Has anyone reading this finsihed a guitar like this? (to have a white finish, but still see grain) (I have another question related to A/B wood bleaching but I'll save that for later) Edited June 6, 2007 by Cherryburst Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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