Re: Swirly Bird........RG-750
Thanks for all the comments guys. Yeah, the pickguard was definitely masked and dipped a second time, I think. One thing that struck me as peculiar was when I swapped out the battery, I noticed the inside of the cavity was yellow. This guitar was originally 5 alarm red. Is this a common practice with swirls? From everything I've read about them, I got the impression that the body goes into the swirl bucket completely stripped and sanded. It seems that someone painted it yellow, sanded it a bit, and then dipped it.