Duplicolor primer is pretty good stuff, I've used it quite a few times and always like working with it. BTW, Ocean Turquoise is one of my favorite metallic colors, I like it much better than LPB! I remember watching a YT video a couple years ago of someone with a Jazzmaster in OT with matching headstock and gold anodized guard and it looked really cool. As far as waiting for the lacquer to dry, the answer is...it depends. Most people find 20 days long enough, although you'll still want to be a little careful when handling it (it'll be playable though, you'll just want to baby it a little more.) The thing is, you can wet-sand and buff after ten days or so but the lacquer will still need to dry at least another ten days or so, otherwise you run the risk of getting imprints from whatever you set it on. If you can find a way to support it without touching the lacquer you can buff it after 10 days, but that's still too early to do much else with it. Strat bodies are easier to do this with because you can support them on something in either the trem cavity or electronics cavity, but your body probably won't have large enough "hidden" areas to be able to do that, so I'd wait at least 20 days. I suppose if you've got a stick screwed to the neck pocket for painting you could jerry-rig something with that, but that seems like it might be...wobbly. You have to keep in mind that lacquer dries through evaporation, so even if the top coat seems nice and dry after a week or so, there's still a lot of paint underneath that's going to be pretty soft. Lacquer's one big drawback is that it takes a long time to dry, which is why most manufacturers switched to catalyzed finishes as they became available.