lovekraft Posted October 28, 2003 Report Share Posted October 28, 2003 OK, got a place and a plan, and after weeks of stalking little old ladies for their retirement checks and stealing the neighborhood kids' lunch money, I've got a spray booth set up and a little cash to buy a spray rig, so here's my question: Is it smarter for me to get a Paasche H airbrush to use as an all-purpose tool for spraying bodies/necks, or would it make more sense for me to buy an automotive detail gun and hope that Santa brings me an airbrush. I've never airbrushed before, but I do have some experience with an auto gun (on cars, but how much different can it be?), and I'm planning on doing mostly solid color/ transparent finishes, but would like to be able to do bursts if I need to. I've read all of the tutorials several times, and I think I understand the basic differences/trade-offs with either choice, and I know that I'll eventually have to get a dual-action airbrush so I can do all that fancy stuff Jeremy does (yeah, I wish),but my current need involves a very young friend who carved his (now ex) girlfriend's name into the top of his guitar, and wants me to refinish it for him. I spose I could "re-ranch" it, but I've grown to hate rattle-cans, so I'd like to do it right. Any ideas, anybody? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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