Any chance of removing a terrible refin?
New owner of a 1965 Fender Precision! All original except for a terrible refinish job which appears to be from spray cans. Is there any way to cut through several layers of spray paint to get to the original nitro lacquer below? I'm not even certain that the original nitrocellulose is intact, but I thought I'd throw the question out there for everyone. Any solvents to try which will cut through enamel but not the lacquer? Any other approaches? Would love to return her to her original glory (or at least see what lurks beneath)! Wondering if anyone has had success in this process.