I picked up an Indonesian Sterling that has a maple neck that looks like there is no finish at all on it. I'm sure there is some sort of sealer but it must be super thin or just absorbed into the wood. Now the neck feels great - I like everything about how the neck feels but I hate the way it looks compared to the amber tint that I'm used to on a guitar. I also really dislike the Sterling logo/decal on the headstock (MusicMan in general has always had the silliest, IMO, headstock decals with multiple goofy fonts all mixed together) Suggestions for how I might give this an amber tint without giving it a glossy finish. Here's a comparison of the Sterling headstock vs my G&L tribute headstock. I'm tempted to remove the decals completely from the Sterling and just have a bare headstock. But if I were to leave the decals alone, could I tint over them? The G&L has the tint I prefer but it is glossy and I prefer the feel of the Sterling.