No, not Don Ho. Warmoth Ash body. Grain Filled and sanded back 2X. Two coats of Reranch sanding sealer, sanded back between each. Light coat of Reranch Butterscotch Blonde. Left it looking like this: So I waited a day and began spraying clear. Using rattle cans of Behlen's stringed instrument lacquer. Did three coats with about 90 min between on Friday. Let it hang to dry overnight. Sat AM I had these tiny bubbles in a few small spots (upper bout on the neck side and right on the butt behind the bridge. Weird. So I sanded those spots with some 800 grit paper, and got them flat, but the butterscotch blonde came off with it. So I shot a little bit of butterscotch blonde just to cover those spots and left it overnight. Looked OK this morning (Sun AM), so I did another coat of clear After 2-3 hours of drying, the little bubbles reappeared in the same spots. Here's what they look like: So what's going on here? How should I address it?