Hi everyone. Bit of an odd project here: I'm making a solid body (pine with 3/8 maple cap) based on the Teisco Tulip shape, but with a set neck (mahogany) like an LP DC Jr. I'm to the point where I'm starting to plan the finish. The wood choices were based more on what I had available than any particular tonal plan, since this is my second "almost from scratch" build. And since the wood isn't particularly pretty, I'm going with a deep candy purple* over silver using Duplicolor rattle cans. The paints are all Duplicolor enamels, so they should be compatible, but I will be testing on scrap first to make sure. On to my questions: From what I've read, I shouldn't need pore/grain filler on the pine and maple body, since they're tightly grained, but the mahogany neck should get filled. Since I'm doing a solid color, do I need to a separate grain fill, or would a few coats of sandable/filler primer sanded smooth do the trick? Also, regarding sanding sealer - again, is it smart to do sanding sealer, or would the multiple coats of primer do the same thing anyway? Thanks! *Before anyone asks, this one is for my Missus. Tulips are her favorite flower, and purple is her favorite color.