Hello friends again, some process from today.
i will try to explain my work and the techniques i'm using, for those who want to make a mod and a bit confused now "about what should i do".
Actualy i'm doing this for the first time, and may be i will need some help from the pro's of this forum. All the comments are welcome, and of course i wanna see your tips to achive a good result.
so here we are..
I began the project today.
Black Ibanez 370B korean, i would like to recieve you comments about korean models, are they good or bad.....thanks anyway.
1. To remove the factory paint, first of al i decided to build a kind of guitar bath, in order to preserve the paint remover, that it not falls on the floor. It's also good that the guitar will kind of take a shower inside the bath, so you don't waste a lot of it for nothing. use a plastic bag.
2. useful tools for the paint remove process.
and some wide scrape tool
3. begin with applying a well coat of the remover over the whole body, and give it a time, i gave a bit more time and a bit larger coat. about 30 min.
4. after an hour of scraping the old paint, starting with a first sanding attempt, this is the result... i guess i will need or to send it a bit more or apply another short session of the remover. any suggestions???
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but there is something wired with the body, i have a thick coat of sanding siller, how to remove it till the clear body, or it's not needed in case that i don't want the natural look...
good night... see you tommorow guys, with another new progress. cheers.