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  1. Electric Guitar
    I posted on here a while ago about a strat body. I was met with nothing but help and advice so figured I could pass it on. I bought a strat finishing kit from great lakes a while ago. When it arrived my oldest son was very interested and then after a little mopey. He was a little jealous of my...
  2. Dealer Emporium
    Hi all, just wanted to put it up that my company www.OxfordSupply.ca is shipping aerosols and 8oz tins of nitro cross Canada. Mixed specifically for a traditional formula. Hope everyone's doin well amidst all the chaos Don
  3. Dealer Emporium
    Hi Guitars Canada, I've recieved a few emails about posting on here letting people know about us. So here it is. We are a family run business out of Sarnia Ontario providing nitro to anyone who is seeking that nitrocellulose lacquer finish of their dreams. Either DIY or with our help. Canada...
  4. Electric Guitar
    Hi guys, Well its finally here! I found a Canadian company who sells all your nitro finishing needs. Including custom builds, bodies and necks. And a full line of custom colours from fender and Gibson. They are brand new this year. Great Lakes Custom Colour. Contact them. Super fast shipping...
  5. Guitar Building/Mods/Repair
    Painting a guitar later this month, just a Frankenstein type deal. Wanted to use the Minwax Clear Spray Lacquer because a nitro and never used it before, and I swear it was around here last year, now I can't find it. Home Hardware doesn't list it, neither does Canadian Tire or Lowes, and Home...
  6. Electric Guitar
    Hi I’m looking to build a b-bender tele similar to Clarance Whites 3 tone sunburst model. I’d like to purchase a nitro tele body and am going to install a Warmoth boatneck. Ive always liked fender American bodies, but does anyone have experience with MJT (light relic) guitar bodies or any...
  7. Guitar Building/Mods/Repair
    I have a project guitar, basic made in China Squier, that I want to strip down and upgrade, give it a vintage (not relic) look. Basically how it would look after 50yrs if it were kept in good shape... I don't plan to srape, sand and 'relic' the paint or anything, though I may dull up a chrome a...
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