I have an AVRI Strat in Mary Kaye white that has yellowed significantly and unevenly from indirect daylight exposure. It isn't a good look as the guitar still retains some white areas with significant yellowing around the edges resembling nicotine stains. Short of a complete refinish, do you think it is is it salvageable by sanding the lacquer topcoat off to expose the white semi-transparent finish and then recoating with lacquer? I'll probably try a sample area and see, but the prospect of wasting all that time sanding and winding up with patchy coloration could be dispensed with by wiping it down to bare wood with lacquer thinner and refinishing. What do you think?