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Thank you, sir. I knew this was the best place to ask!!
Does anyone know which pine the early teles were made of? White or yellow?
Colored wood filler.
I've used plain old rubbing alcohol to remove Sharpie marks.
This. Today is assembly day.
Ha! A new line of Roadworn Press On Nails!!
I use shellac for grain filling but not much more. I prefer Formby's to Tru Oil.
Wow. I now like shell pink. Thanks for that. ;)
The scratches on the pickguard are the only thing I see that maybe I would've done a bit...
I dig it. Looks like it would be comfortable to play sitting.
I've used Duplicolor clear without any problems. I was able to sand out and buff within three days.
Good to know the Fender neck fits SX. I'm in the same boat. My SX's neck is awesome, after a few touches to the fretwork. Plays like a much more...
I'm not endorsed by them nor do I work for them in any capacity. But when I find a product that works I don't mind telling others....
Wow! I missed this one. That finish is awesome. I agree that it looks like a worn pair of jeans (and that is a compliment!!). I'd love a bass...
Awesome. Thanks. The body is a Dillion SCPB, formerly their version of butterscotch, but it just wasn't doing it for me anymore. I've got another...
I'm about to refinish one of my P-basses, using Duplicolor Pacific Green Metallic as my color coats.
Here's my question: Should I apply a base...
I'd like to see that under stage lights. Those little sparkleys you added gotta look great when light hits them.
How'd you do it?
Last I heard, he was using the Muy Grande pickup from Rio Grande.
It's almost never in the case. It resides on a stand in the living room when not being played. I spend probably four hours (at least) every day...
I asked this over on Talkbass and got a few theories but would like to see if maybe we can nail down the cause..
This is my 2011 MIA 60th...
I would suggest whatever the next highest grit from where you stopped sanding before finish.
I've come to appreciate both.
Left to right: SX Ursa 2, Fender MIA 60th Anniversary P, Dillion 5204 SCPB.
With these three basses, I...