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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by fourstringbliss, Jun 14, 2005.
How would this Warmoth swamp ash body look oiled?
It would probably look pretty sweet.
For me though, color (blue,red,etc.)stain then satin clear.
What could I use for an amber stain, and would poly work well for a clear coat? I'd really rather not use nitro because of it's brittleness and long cure time.
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Many coats of Birchwood-CaseyTru Oil before topping with Minwax Wipe-On poly.
Good, but not as good as Yasmine Bleeth's body would look oiled.
Yeah, but she might object to the wipe-on poly part.
Looks like a nice body to try using a contrasting filler to get a zebra effect.
Would walnut need a pore/grain filler before oiling? What would be the steps I should follow to get the best effect?
Sorry about that! I have two posts about two different bodies. At this point I'm considering a walnut body with a wenge/ebony neck.
Probably not. Walnut is not as open-grained as ash.
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