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Water raises the grain and sanding removes the “hairs” making for a smoother surface.
Have you tried wiping it down with water?
The other options would be to scrape it with a cabinet scraper or a razor blade then sand with 220.
Cryogenically treated EVO :hmm:
Jeff, interested to know what are your favorite frets and why :)
Yeah, brother, you should be proud. Looks great!
This guy talks about the sustainer and lack of connectors in the kit. He just grabbed some female to female connectors. He also says you can...
Those silly marketing folks. :slap:
Welcome to MLP and thanks for your input :)
Titebond original, not thinned. Can you get it to close up, or is the black paint preventing it?
Compliments of FreddyG :thumb:
I found this snippet on the lespaulforum page for the Les Paul Supreme. Likely same wire....
Here ya go. His luthier doing some maintenance.
Bend the wire in between the saddles just enough to tighten it up.
Since the experts haven’t arrived yet, I’ll tell you what I would do :cool:.
Grain fill the rest of the neck with black and do a stinger....
Congrats Chris! Any of your builds are worthy, but especially this one. :thumb:
At the bottom of the window where you type your post, there is a button called Upload a File.
I think the size limit is 10MB :dunno: