Howdy fine people of the TDPRI: I'm in the early stages of a new guitar build, the body blank (poplar) is in the mail. I have built a few guitars and thus far I have finished with stains and Tru Oil. Once I used Deft Spray Lacquer over stain and the results were meh. This time around I'm thinking about painting the guitar. The problem is I do not have a spray gun nor do I have a place to spray inside. I can spray in the backyard. Is it possible to paint a guitar with Spray Cans? What color paint should I use? How would you go about getting this finish? This is what I would try not knowing my arse from a hole in the ground: First I would paint the body about half a can of Rustoleum Painters Touch 2X Satin Apple Red (it is also primer). I'm color blind so it looks close to me but who knows. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Ole...-General-Purpose-Spray-Paint-315396/300456595 Then I would slap a full can of Rustoleum specialty gloss clear lacquer spray paint. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Ole...s-Clear-Lacquer-Spray-Paint-1906830/100194482 Easy peezy right?? I would take my time spraying and let it dry between coats. Maybe sand and buff the clear? I have some time to play around with finish ideas and test stuff so I thought I'd seek out the knowledge of the TDPRI. I like the natural finishes I have done so I always have a backup plan! I am not interested in buying a gun at this time. If anybody thinks this finished can be achieved without a spray gun let me know how you would do it. Thanks for any input!