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  • Strat project troubles

    Ok, I've got the front and back completely sanded down. John, I used that glass w/ paint stripper trick, worked real good. Didnt go through the trans red finish though. Anyway, I dont know how I'm gonna sand the sides and insides of the horns. Do I just have to sit there and do it by hand? or is there another trick I dont know about?
    This is the very perfection of a man, to find out his own imperfections. - St. Augustine of Hippo

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    Re: Strat project troubles

    C'mon, I need to know guys. Need to have this thing finished soon.
    This is the very perfection of a man, to find out his own imperfections. - St. Augustine of Hippo

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    • #3
      Re: Strat project troubles

      Are you sanding a old finish off or sanding clear coat? If your sanding the old
      finish try a sanding sponge . They have at sears of maybe depot has Em'?
      http://www.soundclick.com/whirlwindbluesrevue

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      • #4
        Re: Strat project troubles

        Sanding sponge? like used for drywall and rounded objects?
        This is the very perfection of a man, to find out his own imperfections. - St. Augustine of Hippo

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        • #5
          Re: Strat project troubles

          Originally posted by beandip
          Sanding sponge? like used for drywall and rounded objects?
          YUP !! You said it, Round objects. It contours to body keeps ya from
          getting flat spots. I use it for rough sanding a Strat. Works like a
          charm.
          http://www.soundclick.com/whirlwindbluesrevue

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          • #6
            Re: Strat project troubles

            Really? I've got one in 60 grit, and it dosnt even mar the surface of the trans red finish. I dont know what that stuff is, but it'd bullet proof.
            This is the very perfection of a man, to find out his own imperfections. - St. Augustine of Hippo

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