I am doing a custom build of a 2015 Squier Affinity Jazz, and no small part of my decision to base my build off this bass is the Burgundy Mist finish... I am replacing the bridge with a Squier Classic Vibe 60s High Mass bridge and the holes don't line up quite right. So I need to fill and drill the outers. That leaves me with a problem... How to protect the new bass finish, and have a good registration against the body for lining up the new bridge for the install. I was planning on doing this with Frog tape, but my concern is if this paint or clear, is Lacquer that could prove to be a severe problem using normal masking tape... What can I use to keep the teeth of my Japanese pull saw, and the grit of my sandpaper OFF of the finish while I do the fill and drill? I am also color matching the headstock face, and applying an OEM type / duplicate headstock logo with a MINOR change. The headstock logo I am getting in actually spells out Jazz Bass, my current just labels it J Bass... That's it. Not trying to slide it by as a vintage Fender or anything... What I am wondering, are there any other sources aside from Guitar Reranch for the Burgundy Mist paint? Is the paint itself metal flake or is it a multi step primer / color / color / clear with flake / clear with flake / clear / clear type process? How do I insure the line between painted headstock face, and not painted surfaces is RAZOR sharp?