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I like it, it has a cool weathered look to it. What part do you feel you messed up on?
 
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I like it, it has a cool weathered look to it. What part do you feel you messed up on?
Well I was sanding some of the polyurethane off and put too much pressure on the sides. And came out badly. So I just kept sanding and it ended up like this

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Might as well relic up the hardware too. Muriatic acid helped me get this





 
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If anyone needs hardware relic'd just send it to me for a couple weeks or a tour.
 

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There was a like floor tile thing there so what you is is the glue . I really don't see a point of buy goo be gone for an old scale lol


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Now that's road worn.

I really don't get why someone wants to turn a good condition guitar to look old, unless it's that way over time.

Just do a lot of giging, wear a big belt buckle, a lot of rings, and never clean it, etc. Just throw careful out the window.

When your relic'ng a guitar how can you really mess up the results.
 

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Now that's road worn.

I really don't get why someone wants to turn a good condition guitar to look old, unless it's that way over time.

Just do a lot of giging, wera a big belt buckle, a lot of rings, and never clean it, etc. Just throw careful out the window.
I know right . Mine really is result of a mess up on doing a guitar finish


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