February 20th, 2012, 09:10 PM
I have ordered supplies from ReRanch and wanted to know what you guys think about their supplies. And also what do you guys think of the colors they provide? Are they accurate to Fender's? Such as the blonde, Butterscotch and most importantly Butterscotch Blonde. Which is what im going for. So what are your guy's thoughts?
February 20th, 2012, 09:19 PM
great stuff. totally works. no complaints.
the usual complaint is that they can be slow to ship and this is warranted, but they also tell you that when you order.. they have lots of other interests and often go away for several days at a time... Their business model is decidedly not the usual big box expectation for most people... so, order early, be patient, but rest assured the goods will be great when you get them.
I love those guys and I dig their wacky business model.
February 20th, 2012, 09:23 PM
I just found out about them an hour or so ago
and have been reading their web site non stop since then
lot's of good stuff, ton's of great info
I think I will be ordering from them in the near future
February 20th, 2012, 09:30 PM
My avatar was done with there butterscotch blond. They are great people, not a big company and they tend to put there music first.
February 20th, 2012, 10:14 PM
How visible is the grain on your guitar? I would like to be able to see it when i make mine. Can it be achieved using the BB?
February 21st, 2012, 07:52 AM
ReRanch is an excellent example of a mom and pop hobby type business. They seem to do there very best to deliver a product that is not available anywhere else out of love for the hobby, not out of a desire to make a great living from it. As I recall, it it not there primary source of income, so there are other more pressing needs demanding their time. Being so small means that when vacation happens, the whole business goes on vacation. If you are an instant gratification kind of person, dealing with them may just make you nuts. If you like supporting really nice people that really to provide you with something you can not get anywhere else, then ReRanch will be a pleasure to deal with.
I don't buy much from then, I tend to go bulk, but when I need something I don't think I will use enough of to make a bulk buy reasonable, ReRanch is an option very high on my list.
February 21st, 2012, 10:22 AM
I've used ReRanch products on my last two finishing projects, and I am a very satisfied customer. As long as you are patient and follow the instructions on their website, you should have no concerns.
BTW, this is coming from a guy who is notoriously impatient and often has trouble reading due to ADD. So if I can do it, anyone can! :lol: