HerrHerron Posted September 8, 2007 Report Share Posted September 8, 2007 I'm getting conflicting information on the internet, so I'd like to make a thread just for this topic. I'm building a guitar with an all-maple neck, and I'd like it to be just a little bit vintage-yellow. Some websites say nitrocellulose lacquer yellows over time, and poly doesn't. Other sites say the exact opposite! Or is it both? I'd also like to know how long it takes to see the ambered effect. I want my neck to be just barely yellow, so I wouldn't want to lightly dye it and then have the finish add onto that for an extreme yellow. There are enough threads about nitro vs poly, I'm just interested in the yellowing aspect of each. Thanks, Drew Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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