Hey ya'll. I have an American Special telecaster and I really love the guitar. The neck feels unbeatable and the Callaham Bridge adds bundles to the playability. Sounds huge and squishy-thick with the Rainville hand wound 55 era pickups I put in too. Only one problem: I recently started playing only while standing up, so I can't really see the beautiful sunburst look anymore. All I see is a VERY pale creamy white satin neck. Its currently messing with my inspiration a bit. When I was playing sitting down it didn't bother me because I always had the axe at a slight angle and could thus see the body and fingerboard together. It was a better visual experience. Does anybody know a way to darken it WITHOUT any sanding of the satin finish? For me its best neck I've ever played so I don't wanna ruin it. Does the Kiwi polish thing work directly on top of a satin finish? I can't see how it possibly would, yet I've strangley heard people say that it does. Sun tan? Tanning bed? Lights? Thanks in advance!