I'm refinishing a project LP I bought dirt cheap from GFS, and I've decided to make it a solid black finish. I am new to the finishing game, and I have noticed I get good results with transtint and tru-oil. The issue is, I can't seem to find a a solid color, water based stain (that's not also a sealer + others for outdoor wood projects) for the life of me. The body is a multi-piece basswood body with a multi-piece basswood top, and a translucent would look awful. My incredibly smart self bought black pigment for waterbase lacquer thinking it would work as a solid stain. I don't have black transtint yet, and I'm wondering if adding the black pigment to the black transtint would work as a solid stain. Or if anyone has a recommendation for a solid water based dye it would be appreciated. Or, if I used enough transtint to water ratio, will it be dark enough to be solid?