I did a quite good job shooting my partscaster neck with a tinted nitro lacquer. Compared this to the images in Nachos telecaster book and its pretty spot on. Whats gives me troubles is the back of the neck. I could do it like Fender CS or Nash does it. Sand it (or don't spray it at all) than darken it with some graphite and oil it. In my opinion this looks really fake. Vintage necks do not look like this at all. Actually the back of the neck has the same color as the front of the neck but just has a worn feeling. A different method could be to first stain the wood then spray clear lacquer on the top of the neck and the headstock. This way the back of the neck would keep its color. But I am not sure if this would help me. I think what Danocaster does looks quite nice. What Nacho does is 100% spot on. I am pretty sure they dont just remove the lacquer. They do it some other way.